Even though Apple has plenty of time to debut the iPhone 14 series of handsets before the end of the year, the leaks and rumours surrounding the devices don’t seem to be waning. Unconfirmed reports have surfaced recently, revealing the Apple iPhone 14 Max‘s technical specs, features, and likely price range. Following the leak, Apple’s iPhone 14 Max will include a 90Hz OLED display, an A15 Bionic chipset, and 6GB of RAM, among other features. Let’s have a look at this.
The iPhone 14 Max’s Technical Specs
According to the tipster @shadow leak, the iPhone 14 Max will sport a 6.68-inch flexible OLED display with a 2,248 x 1,284-pixel resolution, a 458ppi pixel density, and a 90Hz refresh rate, among other specifications. The refresh rate of the current vanilla Apple iPhone 13 is 60 hertz (hertz).
In addition, according to the source, the iPhone 14 Max will run on Apple’s A15 Bionic engine. It is to combine with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. Apple’s new A16 Bionic technology is likely to include in just the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models, according to reports.
Regarding photography, the mobile phone comes with a dual-rear camera system with two 12-megapixel sensors. In addition, the smartphone is probably to keep Face ID and, as a result, will have a large notch. In previous leaks, it has been reported that the iPhone 14 series would include an updated front camera and a satellite connection.
The Pricing of the iPhone 14 Max
In terms of pricing, the 128GB memory edition of the iPhone 14 Max is believed to be priced at $899. It approximately translates to Rs. 69,182 in India. This, however, is only a currency translation and is based on Apple’s past pricing practices. We should anticipate the mobile phone to be far more expensive in India than the current price of Rs. 69,182. As a result, the gadget, which has a 256GB memory capacity, will likely cost roughly Rs. 10,00,000 in India when it launches.
As we noted at the outset, there is still plenty of time for the Apple iPhone 14 series to emerge, and a lot can happen between now and the time Apple makes its products publicly accessible. As a result, treating such leaks with a grain of salt is usually a good idea until the specifications are formally validated.