Ahead of the Apple Event on September 7, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max images have been leaked. Know what these iPhone 14 Pro models will look like.
The iPhone 14 is all set to be launched during the Apple Far Out event on September 7. Apple has finally confirmed the much-awaited event without actually indicating what exactly it will be launching! There is no official word regarding the iPhone 14. But Apple has launched its iPhones in September for years and rumors and leaks are providing new information about the state of manufacturing virtually on a daily basis. The standard iPhone 14 may look like the current iPhone 13but leaks are hinting toward many improvements in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models.
Recently, the live images, videos and dummies of the alleged iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have been floating all over the internet. The latest leak has shared a glimpse of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max by tipster Ice Universe. The dummy reconfirmed the rumored design of the pill-shaped hole-punch cutout which will likely lead Apple to get rid of its famous notch-style display seen on previous years’ iPhones. Another leak offers a peek into the expected color options of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Have a look here.
iPhone 14 Pro Max colors leaked!
Tipster Yogesh Brar took to his Twitter handle to share the dummy models of the iPhone 14 Pro Max showing the smartphone in five different shades. There are three traditional colors that we have seen in the past – Graphite, Gold, and Silver. The leaked image claims that the new iPhone 14 Pro Max will be exclusively available in Dark Purple and Blue colors too. It is said to be the latest addition to the iPhone color shades different from the current iPhone 13 lineup. However, the Purple colored iPhone leak has been around for a while, hinting towards the possibility of it too featuring in the lineup.
The excitement surrounding the iPhone 14 launch has reached a feverish pitch. The only thing to do now is wait for the launch day to find out where things really stand.