iPhone 14 Max- a bigger display at a cheaper rate
Apple will kill the iPhone mini model this year and replace it with iPhone 14 Max. You’ll be getting bigger display at cheaper rate.
We are still months away from the launch of the iPhone 14 series but rumors and leaks regarding the specifications and designs have already been creating a lot of buzz on the internet. Since several leaks suggest that Apple will scrap its mini model for iPhone 14 line up, many of the iPhone mini fans might be a little disappointed. However, what if they'll be getting a bigger screen at a cheaper rate? The tech giant is planning to replace the iPhone 13 mini with an iPhone 14 Max. As of now, Apple offers a big screen only on iPhone 13 Pro Max, the most expensive model of iPhone 13 line up making it difficult for those who don't want to spend $1,099 on a smartphone to get a big screen.
Hence, Apple going with a non-Pro Max model is a great idea at a cheaper rate. The device is expected to arrive at $899 and if the speculations turn out to be accurate, then it would make a great deal for iPhone buyers.
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Those who are looking for a small and compact iPhone then they can go for the iPhone SE (2022). Though the mini iPhones are nifty, they suffer from poorer battery life than other variants with larger screen size. Also, reports suggest that the smallest iPhones aren't selling that well, so it makes sense for Apple to instead offer a big screen option at a cheaper price. The iPhone 14 Max is likely to arrive with a 6.7 inch display.
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Earlier, the bigger screen on non pro models were seen in the iPhone XS Max in 2018, and before that the iPhone 8 Plus in 2017, however, it became exclusive for Pro models after iPhone 11 was launched in 2019. But now, with Apple likely replacing iPhones' mini models with iPhone 14 Max variants, iPhone fans will get a bigger screen at around $200 less price.
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