iPhone 14 Series will still only have 30W charging, 60Hz screen but a new purple color has been added to the series
With just a few weeks to go, Apple will officially launch the long-rumored iPhone 14 Series, and more details about this new product line continue to leak on the internet.

Recent rumor claims that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models will have the new purple color and the same storage capacity as the current iPhone 13 models.

Specifically recently, leaker McGuire Wood has shared information about the upcoming iPhone 14 Series. He noted that most of the things he has shared are just confirmations of previous reports, not new information.

First, he corroborates previous reports that the 5nm A16 Bionic chip will only be available on the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. This will be the third year in a row that Apple uses 5nm technology for its chips, while the Android flagship has moved to the more advanced but not yet optimized 4nm.

McGuire Wood also shared regarding the colors of the upcoming iPhone 14, 14 Max models including colors such as green, purple, blue, black, white and red. According to leaked sources, the pink color has been replaced by purple. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro, 14 Pro Max models will be available in green, purple, silver, gold and graphite colors. The new purple will replace the blue (Sierra Blue).

In addition to the color options of the iPhone 14 Pro, the leak claims that the Always On Display function will be similar to what we have seen before. McGuire Wood says that Always On Display will only follow the Lock Screen widgets and has no way of customizing them.

McGuire Wood also revealed that Apple also tested a Titanium variant of the iPhone 14 Pro but decided to use the same material as the current models.

In addition, the iPhone 14 Series will have the same 30W charging speed as last year, but he noted that it will drop to 27-25W after the first stage of the charging cycle. McGuire Wood also suggests that the MagSafe magnet will be stronger and the larger battery will make the iPhone 14 Series heavier.


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