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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Apple’s iPhone 14 Max may be hard to find at launch; why over here

Display analyst Ross Young said in a tweet that Apple’s iPhone 14 Max could be in short supply when it launches in the fall. For Apple fans, that means it’s going to be especially hard to get to in the first few days.

Cupertino is expected to launch four new iPhone 14 models this year, including the iPhone 14 Max. Rumor has it that the iPhone 14 Max is roughly the same size as the iPhone 13 Mini and – aspect ratio margins aside – the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Young claims that display panel shipments for the new models are “far behind” where they should be. It appears that the iPhone 14 Max will have a unique display component. While it will be similar in size to the iPhone 14 Pro Max, its panel lacks Apple’s ProMotion technology. 9to5Mac reported that Young’s claim is based on far more recent supply chain data.

The iPhone 14 Max is the most awaited smartphone of the year, and there are a lot of factors behind the high consumer anticipation for this model. It has been claimed that the iPhone 14 Max will feature a 6.7-inch display, which puts it in line with the iPhone 13 Pro Max model and is therefore likely to be the same size as the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Consumers want a bigger screen iPhone but not everyone can afford the iPhone 13 Pro Max. If Apple sells the iPhone 14 Max starting at $899, it will be $300 cheaper than the iPhone 14 Pro Max, which costs $1,199 for the base model. The $300 price difference between the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the iPhone 14 Max could fuel demand for the more ‘affordable’ 6.7-inch iPhone among mainstream smartphone users.

Multiple leaks have claimed that rising component costs and Apple’s new strategy to differentiate between “pro” and “non-pro” models will push up new iPhone prices this year. A price increase of at least $100 is expected for the iPhone 14 series. This is according to Dan Ives, head of analyst group Wedbush Securities. Prices are rising throughout the supply chain, and Cupertino needs to pass these costs on to the consumer upon this release,” Ives told The Sun.

Apple will launch two standard iPhones, namely the iPhone 14 and the all-new iPhone 14 Max, and two Pro models. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will come with a notch, while the Pro model will have a tablet-shaped cut-out for FaceID. To differentiate between the “Pro” and “Non-Pro” models, the Pros will come with a new A16 chip. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will be powered by the A15, the same chip that powers the iPhone 13. As Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman points out, the standard iPhone 14 models will share far fewer Pro features than previous generations, meaning they won’t have the new 48MP wide-angle camera that will be seen on the iPhone 14 Pro model.

The iPhone 14 series may be announced on September 13, although nothing has been confirmed yet. Apple usually announces new iPhones in September which is the start of the busy holiday shopping season in the US.

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