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Apple iPhone 14 Pro 5G 2022 Full Specs- Everything We Know

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With a probable design that differs noticeably from the iPhone 13 Pro, Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be the device that shakes up the iPhone lineup. It’s anticipated to debut at the rumored Apple September Event, which is scheduled for September 7; hence, we might only have a few weeks left before we see it in action.

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It appears that Apple will need to be at the top of its game with the iPhone 14 Pro in the face of fierce competition from devices like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Google Pixel 7. With a reported new 48MP main camera and a potent new A16 Bionic chip that the standard iPhone 14 may not have, Apple seems to be accomplishing just that. The notch that distinguishes the iPhone may also be removed from the Pro models. Overall, the changes between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro may be the most we’ve seen between both the two lineups this year.

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The iPhone 14 lineup is expected to be released in early September, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. According to “those familiar with the situation,” the iPhone 14 event will take place on Wednesday, September 7. The iPhone 14 Pro, as well as other iPhone models and new Apple Watches, should be available at that time.

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Gurman suggests that the phones go on sale on September 16. Not only does this correspond to previous gaps among iPhone events and product releases, but Apple store personnel have apparently been instructed to prepare for a major release on that date.

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The rumored Price of the iPhone 14 Pro 2022

Unfortunately, current reports and hints indicate that the iPhone 14 Pro will be priced $100 higher. As a result, the iPhone 14 Pro may cost $1,099, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max may cost $1,199.

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Some tech experts believe Apple will supply the iPhone 14 Pro with 256GB of storage as standard, rather than 128GB. However, according to a rumor from Haitong International researcher Jeff Pu, Apple will retain storage the same as it did with the iPhone 13 Pro which means continuing with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options.

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Although the iPhone 14 Pro versions are expected to receive significant enhancements, we believe it would be incorrect to overlook the iPhone 14, Max. A larger screen without a hefty price tag may be exactly what iPhone lovers are looking for, to the point that the iPhone 14 Max may be the phone to beat in the autumn, even though the iPhone 14 Pro Max is the phone one of our reviewers intends to purchase. However, based on one tech insider, Apple may not produce as many iPhone 14 Max units as other next-generation iPhones, implying that the company is trying out the waters with a larger-screened normal iPhone.

iPhone 14 Pro USB-C

According to reports, Apple will eventually go the USB-C connector route with the iPhone 14 Pro, which makes sense given that many of its gadgets already feature USB-C connectivity. According to recent speculations, Apple will remain with Lightning over USB-C but will use updated Lightning connectors with speedier USB 3.0 data transfer. This comes as the EU gets closer to making USB-C the default charger for portable devices such as smartphones.

For some, USB-C on the iPhone 14 Pro is a must-have feature. In fact, the Lightning port is perhaps the iPhone’s worst feature, as it can be worn out over time. This can make charging your phone extremely tough. Unfortunately, given how well-established the standard and its ecosystem of accessories are, Apple is unlikely to forsake Lightning unless forced to. Meanwhile, Ming-Chi Kuo expects that Apple will transition to USB-C for the iPhone in late 2023. If he’s true — and a new Bloomberg article believes he is — that means we won’t see an official USB-C iPhone until the iPhone 15.

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Display on the iPhone 14 Pro and always-on display function

The 120Hz dynamic refresh rate display on the iPhone 13 Pro was one of the largest improvements it offered. When a quick refresh rate was required, the screen could switch from 120Hz to as little as 10Hz thanks to the usage of an LTPO panel, which helped preserve battery life.

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New information within iOS 16 and in Apple’s Xcode developer program suggests the entire lock screen will show on the AOD, not just standard widgets, but in a silhouetted shape to conserve power. The revised iOS 16 lock screen Apple previewed in June seems to set the groundwork for this functionality.

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