Apple is likely to release the iPhone 14 series today. Along with the iPhone series, the company will unveil the Apple Series 8 Watch at tonight’s ‘Far Out’ event, which will be streamed from Apple Park in Cupertino.
Apple’s iPhone 14 debut event will go out at 10 a.m. PT, with Tim Cook addressing the stage. The ‘Far Out’ event will be streamed live on Apple’s social media outlets, YouTube, and the company’s official website. Users may also watch the event live via the video attached below this line.
iPhone 14 Launch: What Can You Expect
Apple will no longer produce the iPhone Mini as part of the iPhone line, which also includes the iPhone, iPhone Max, Pro, and iPhone Pro Max. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Max are expected to bring about this year’s largest upgrade. According to reports, both high-end iPhones will have a new design that will do away with the notch, which has been there for a while.
While the iPhone 14 and iPhone Max are said to use a more powerful version of the A15 Bionic processor that powers the iPhone 13 series from last year, the Apple iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max are also expected to use Apple‘s new A16 Bionic chip.