In the first or second week of September, Apple is likely to host the iPhone 14 event. The company is currently expected to introduce the next iPhones on either September 6 or September 13. However, the company hasn’t yet made the official launch date for the iPhone 14 event. Apple is expected to launch four devices, including iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Design Apple’s iPhone 14 will reportedly have a similar design to the iPhone 13 series and only the Pro models are rumored to get a major design refresh. So, you might not get to see the punch-hole display design that most Android phones have. The iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max models are expected to feature a wide notch design on the front and one might still see the same dual rear camera setup. The Pro models are speculated to arrive with a punch-hole display design. All the iPhone 14 models will likely offer a glass-back design with aluminum frames, just like last year’s iPhones. Display The regular model is rumoured to sport a 6.1-inch OLED display. This one is expected to have a screen with 90Hz refresh rate, instead of 60Hz display seen on iPhone 13. The iPhone 14 is expected to feature flat sides, similar to most iPhones out there. The device is expected to have support for higher peak brightness for a better outdoor viewing experience. The iPhone 14 Pro models could pack a 6.7-inch display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. The Pro variants are also said to come with LTPO tech, meaning the device will automatically adjust the refresh rate between 1Hz to 120Hz, depending on the content. Camera In this department too, Apple isn’t expected to make major changes to the cheaper models of the iPhone 14. The standard versions could feature a dual camera setup on the back side. One of them is said to be the same 12-megapixel primary camera, but this one could have a new ultra-wide-angle camera. The regular models are not expected to have a dedicated zoom lens as this will likely be available only on the Pro models. The standard version could use the same ultra-wide camera from iPhone 13 Pro model, which has support for auto-focusing and macro capabilities. The iPhone 14 Pro models are said to feature a 48-megapixel triple rear camera setup, which will be a major upgrade. Chipset, software, battery Apple’s iPhone 14 smartphone could ship with last year’s Bionic A15 chipset, which is also powering the iPhone 13 smartphone. Apple is said to offer faster LPDDR5 RAM and the base model could be 6GB RAM. This should help offer slightly better performance. The iPhone 14 Pro models will likely use the new A16 chip. There is no doubt that the iPhone 14 series will ship with the latest iOS 16 operating system. But, old iPhone users don’t have to worry as Apple usually releases the latest OS for most iPhones. While there is no information of the battery unit, we do expect the new models to offer slightly better battery life than the new ones.