Apple is gearing up to unveil the next iPhone 14 series within weeks, and the smartphone release may end up happening sooner than we thought. We could already be less than a month away from the Keynote.
While several previous reports pointed to a likely September 13 release date for the iPhone 14, leaker Max Weinbach finally announced a new date on his personal Twitter account. According to his information, Apple could hold its next Keynote on September 6, a week earlier than expected.
The news comes shortly after Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman also says Apple will hold two special events this fall. The first will be the September event dedicated to the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8, followed by a second for the Mac and iPad. Apple would have started recording its conference. Since it will always be a virtual event and not a Keynote with the public.
iPhone 14: the launch of smartphones could take place on September 6
Much like the iPhone 13 last year, the iPhone 14 won’t be immediately available after Apple’s conference. As a reminder, the iPhone 13 series was announced on Tuesday, September 14, 2021. Pre-orders started on September 17, and the phones hit shelves ten days after the announcement on September 24.
This year, after the Keynote of September 6, 2022, the iPhone 14 will probably be available on September 16, ten days later. In the meantime, fans will have the opportunity to pre-order one of four models. The iPhone 14, 14 Max, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max. As you probably already know. Apple is going to abandon its mini form factor of the 12 and 13 series, after disappointing sales.
We also know that the iPhone 14 and 14 Max will be available in 6 different colors. Including a new shade of purple. For their part, the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will only be available in 5 different colors. But the new shade of purple will also be there. Either way, we should soon hear more about Apple’s upcoming smartphones. As we get closer to the conference early next month.