8.7 C
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
HomeAfricaThe leaker claims to have access to developer information for the iPhone...

The leaker claims to have access to developer information for the iPhone 14


Related stories

A Chinese leaker claims to have information on the iPhone 14’s capacity, colors, and speed as well as what is to be an “exclusive” MagSafe accessory.

Most recently, leaker “yeux1122” claimed that an M2 iPad Pro with a bigger screen would be released in October. Prior to this, the leaker said that the iPhone 14 Pro will come with 8GB of RAM. While other sources claim that all iPhone 14 models will only receive 6GB of RAM.

He or she now asserts (in translation) in a blog that they have one or more US developer sources.

According to the leaker, “some of them already have iPhone 14 basic models as well as pro models of full mass-produced devices.”

While certain facts are still unclear due to machine translation. The leaker did state that “storage space is the same as that of the iPhone 13 series.” Additionally, “A16 [processor] performance is a few percent of what it was in development tests.” But thermal management performance is increasing as production moves along.

A developer who receives an iPhone 14 whenever Apple chooses will not be aware of the upgrade during production. Similar to how it will seem improbable that hardware developers evaluating it would be informed of the pricing information. The leaker alleges that at least some have been.

The sign continues, “Prices may be moving completely in a different direction than anticipated.”

Everyone believes that the iPhone 14 Pro models will be more expensive than their 13 Pro counterparts. With the non-Pro versions, such is not anticipated to be the case. With prior rumors, the claims also state that the new iPhones would offer “30W wired fast charging.” The speed of wireless charging hasn’t changed, though.

The leaker claims that MagSafe has undergone a change. “MagSafe special battery accessory also added…MagSafe magnetic force is greater.” Its meaning of it is unclear.

With the exception of the section describing the redesign of the notch. It’s fairly unclear whether the leaker claims one developer source or several. According to the leaker, “many engineers believe that punch holes are funny at first glance, but they look better than the notch.”

Expectations for Apple’s iPhone 14 series colour options

On September 7, Apple will have an event named “Far Out” where the iPhone 14 series, Apple Watch 8 series, and other goods will be on display. More information regarding the impending iPhone 14 and its Pro handsets is starting to emerge through leaks and rumors as the event draws nearer. According to a post by Macrumors, online speculations have suggested various specifics regarding the ultimate expectations from the future iPhones, including, color possibilities, models, and more.

According to the source, Apple may decide against including a blue colour option for the high-end iPhone 14 Pro series. Additionally, the business will not include the Sierra Blue color option that debuted with the iPhone 13 Pro in 2021. According to reports, Apple will sell the 14 Pro series in five distinct color options: dark purple (replacing Sierra Blue), silver, gold, graphite, and green.

The iPhone 14 and Max, on the other hand, are the same color schemes as the iPhone 13, and the 13 small. According to the source, the lower-end models’ purple ones will replace the pink color option.

There won’t be a pricey titanium model in the iPhone 14 series.

Prior to this, there were rumors that Apple might sell a more expensive “titanium” iPhone 14 Pro variant with “tougher and more premium materials.” The most recent report also states that Apple tested a titanium version of the iPhone 14 Pro.

The study adds that the corporation chose not to provide this option to clients since it was expensive and challenging.

Read more About: After a prominent cleric announces his exit from politics


- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

%d bloggers like this: