iPhone 14

When is the iPhone 14 release date?

iPhone 14 Pro

The past few years have been a mixed bag for iPhone release dates. As expected, the iPhone 14 lineup arrives early this fall.

Apple takes pre-orders for the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max starting on Friday, September 9, 2022. These devices ship and arrive in stores on Friday, September 16, 2022. The iPhone 14 Plus is available October 7, 2022.

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Redesigned iPhone 14 Pro coming next month

iPhone Pro camera bump

As Apple's September launch event quickly approaches, the company is expected to make changes to the next generation iPhone lineup. iOS 16 beta 6 has been released, bringing the latest software version to beta testers everywhere. As the finishing touches are placed on iOS 16, reports show the iPhone 14 hardware coming into focus. 2022 may offer two iPhone 14 models alongside two versions of the higher-end iPhone 14 Pro.

iPhone 14 to feature 'hole-punch and pill' design

iPhone 14 rumored notch replacement

Apple looks poised to place the letter "i" on the front of the next generation iPhone, if reports are true. The iPhone 14 may shed its famous notch at the top of the screen for a different configuration of sensor cutouts. The so-called "hole-punch and pill" design has been leaked through purported schematics (above) and a photo of a screen component from behind. Rumors indicate Apple is moving away from a full notch design but still needs to accommodate a long list of sensors in front of the iPhone 14.

Is the iPhone 14 waterproof?

All iPhone 14 models are rated IP68 under IEC standard 60529 (maximum depth of 6 meters up to 30 minutes). This means the iPhone 14 is safe from small amounts of common liquids such as accidental spills, splashes and rain. The device can also survive being submerged at a maximum depth of 6 meters for up to 30 minutes.

Apple lists all its models after the iPhone 7 as "splash, water, and dust resistant" under laboratory conditions. These conditions are not permanent and "might decrease with normal wear," according to Apple. Liquid damage is not covered by your warranty.

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