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All the rumored iPhone 14 models

Apple iPhone 13 and 13 Pro

Apple’s iPhone 13 series is a great phone, but the iPhone 14 is set to take over in the very near future. We’ve been hearing tons of news about Apple’s next major iPhone release — the iPhone 14 series. Rumors include that the series will offer a hole-punch cutout instead of the notch, a new design, and a better camera.

At this point, the actual models Apple will release aren’t really up for debate. Many rumors indicate that Apple will ditch the “Mini” models in favor of an iPhone 14 Max. That will allow users to get a big-screen experience without shelling out for the Pro Max model.

Here’s a rundown of all the rumored iPhone 14 models that may make an appearance later this year.

iPhone 14

iPhone 14 dummies leak in hands-on video
iPhone 14 dummies leak in hands-on video. Image source: Sonny Dickson

The iPhone 14 is perhaps the most obvious. For the past four years or so, the standard model has served as the device that most users should go for. It’s not the best device — but it does offer the best value. That will likely remain true for the new series.

There’s some debate about the design of the new phone. Some rumors suggest that the iPhone 14 will get the hole-punch cutout instead of the notch. Others seem to suggest that the notch replacement will only be available on the “Pro” models, which we find more likely at this point.

The device, so far, is expected to offer a 6.1-inch display, which we expect to continue maxing out at a 60Hz refresh rate. That’s instead of the 120Hz refresh rate on the more expensive models. The device will likely also have an A16 Bionic chip, which will likely offer a modest performance boost. That said, some rumors have suggested that Apple will only give the Pro models a new chip.

Then there’s the camera, and it could get an upgrade too. We’re expecting the device to keep the dual-camera setup found on previous-generation models. It may, however, swap out the 12-megapixel sensor for a 48-megapixel sensor. Images will likely get a little better thanks to improved image processing from the A16 Bionic chip.

The standard device is rumored to retain the same price as the iPhone 13, which is around $800. It’s entirely possible that carriers will charge a little more, like they did for the iPhone 13 series.

iPhone 14 Max / iPhone 14 Plus

If rumors turn out to be true, the iPhone 14 Plus or Max will be the main new model in the lineup, likely to replace the “Mini.” This will allow users to get the big-screen experience without having to pay the big money for the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Ultimately, the iPhone 14 Plus is expected to have exactly the same specifications as the standard phone, but with a larger screen, larger battery, and higher price tag. That’s to say, it will retain the dual-camera array, have the same notch or lack of notch, the same processor, and the same storage options. The display size is expected to be 6.7 inches, which is the same size as the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

When it comes to price, the device is rumored to come at around $100 more than the standard entry-level model. That means that it could cost around $900.

iPhone 14 Pro

Concept image: iPhone 14 Pro with display turned on (left) vs. always-on display (right).
Concept image: iPhone 14 Pro with display turned on (left) vs. always-on display (right). Image source: MacRumors

Of course, those that really want the best in terms of features will want a Pro model. The Pro models are where Apple showcases its latest and greatest mobile innovations, and the 14 Pro will be no exception to that rule.

Unlike the two lower-end models, there’s little debate about the Pro — it’s likely going to get rid of the notch. In the notch’s place, the 14 Pro and Pro Max will likely offer either one or two hole-punch cutouts for the front-facing camera and Face ID sensors. We’ll have to wait and see exactly what those look like. Current rumors indicate that the user may be able to choose if they want two cutouts, or one larger cutout — with the software essentially turning off the pixels between them.

Like in the past, the 14 Pro’s camera will probably also get an upgrade. The 48-megapixel main sensor is even more likely to appear on the 14 Pro than the standard iPhone 14, allowing for more detailed images. The device is still expected to offer a 120Hz display, and the same A16 Bionic chip from the other models — though it may couple that chip with more RAM and more storage.

While early rumors suggested that Apple would retain the $1,000 price tag for the Pro models, newer rumors indicate that instead, the company may raise the price to $1,100.

iPhone 14 Pro Max

iPhone 14 Plus name appears in case leak.
iPhone 14 Plus name appears in case leak. Image source: DuanRui/Weibo

The iPhone 14 Pro Max will be to the iPhone 14 Pro what the iPhone 14 Plus is to the iPhone 14. Confused? Basically what I’m saying is that the 14 Pro Max will offer the same specs as the standard 14 Pro, except for a larger battery and larger display. We hope, anyway. In the past, Apple has given the Pro Max models improved cameras. We’re hoping that customers can base their purchase decision solely on the size of the phone, rather than the want for better features.

Like the 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will likely offer a 6.7-inch display, and may come at $1,100 — or may get a price bump to $1,200.

Christian de Looper was born in Canberra, Australia, where he lived until the age of 14. After his father got a job in Paris, France, Christian lived there for five years, after which he moved to Minnesota for college. During college, Christian developed a passion for consumer technology by writing for tech blogs. Christian now lives in sunny Santa Cruz, California.