Apple’s next-generation iPhone 14 lineup is expected to be unveiled on September 7 at its special fall event “Far Out.” A leaker today shared images of the iPhone 14 lineup’s alleged packaging, confirming the name of the models. In addition to this, it was reiterated that all models in the lineup – standard and Pro – will feature 6GB of RAM.
New iPhone 14 details leaked
The photo was shared on the Chinese social media network Weibo and was brought forth by ShrimpApplePro in a tweet. While there is no way to check the authenticity of the image, it is not unusual for product packaging to be leaked ahead of an Apple event.
Since almost all leakers and analysts who have reported details on the upcoming lineup have referred to it as the iPhone 14 series, this recent leak seems to be accurate. In addition to the name of the lineup and a tidbit about the Pro models coming in white packaging, the post highlighted by ShrimpApplePro also claims that all models in the upcoming lineup will feature 6GB of RAM.
This is not the first time 6GB of RAM has been rumored for the iPhone 14 lineup. An earlier report from DigiTimes claimed that all four will feature 6GB of RAM. In contrast, the iPhone 13 lineup starts at 4GB of RAM while the higher-end variants offer 6GB of RAM.
Furthermore, the report claimed that the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max would feature LPDDR4X memory. On the other hand, the Pro and Pro Max variants will feature LPDDR5 memory which will offer more energy-efficient performance.
As for the entire lineup itself, we know that the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are set to feature the same design as their predecessor with the same A15 chip. On the other hand, the Pro models are expected to get the A16 chip, a pill + hole punch cutout for the display, and an always-on display.
The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to sport a new 48MP rear camera which will enable 8K video recording. It will also be equipped larger sensor for the ultra-wide lens. The front camera is also going to get a facelift. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and Kuo have previously reported that the front camera of the Pro models will feature autofocus which will offer sharper images and improved picture quality.
All models are also expected to support 30W charging. As for the internal storage of the device, there are some conflicting reports about whether it will start from 128GB or 256GB, given a rumored price hike.