Surprise! iPhone 14 Mini to launch on September 7- from iPhones to iPads, know what can be unveiled
After several reports shocked those Apple iPhone fans who prefer the smallest handset in the series- new reports are emerging that the iPhone 14 Mini may well be launched on September 7. Check details.
After several reports shocked those Apple iPhone fans who prefer the smallest handset in the series- new reports are emerging that the iPhone 14 Mini may well be launched on September 7. According to a report by 91Mobiles, Apple will be keeping the Mini iPhone model rather than killing it. "One of Apple's top-tier channel partners in the Asia-Pacific region has begun making preparations to sell a new mix of iPhones and iPads which Apple is poised to unveil at its traditional September launch event (rumored to fall on the 7th)," the report said.
As per the earlier leaks and reports, Apple was expected to launch 4 iPhone 14 models including iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max in September. But, according to 91Mobiles, the iPhone models that are expected to be launched now include iPhone 14, iPhone 14 mini, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max. With this it can be said that the iPhone 14 Max will not see the light of day.
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Apart from the 4 iPhone models, Apple is also expected to launch 3 iPads on the expected September 7 launch event, the report claimed. The iPads that can be launched include iPad 10.2 (10th generation), iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation), iPad Pro 11 (4th generation).
Meanwhile, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the September 7 launch event will be Apple's earliest launch since 2016. Informing about the same he tweeted, "Power On: Apple is just three weeks away from showing off the iPhone 14, its earliest launch since 2016. Here's why."
"As I reported last week, the company is planning to announce the iPhone 14 at an event on Sept. 7. It would be the earliest iPhone launch since 2016 and be followed by the new device going on sale Sept. 16—about a week ahead of last year's schedule. The event will be on the Wednesday after Labor Day, an atypical day for Apple product launches. It signals that the company wanted to leave that Tuesday free. Why? Perhaps because press and other guests will need a travel day after the Monday holiday," Gurman said in a report. Another reason is that it will give Apple an extra week of sales to close out the quarter on a high.