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The production of the iPhone 14 is being prepared: the new smartphones will not appear until autumn, but mass production must begin soon to ensure a punctual market launch. The first suppliers have now started delivering components.


It’s about time: The mass production of a new iPhone model usually begins in summer, usually in July. Now, towards the end of June, the first large manufacturers are apparently preparing to start mass production. Some suppliers have started sending components to manufacturers like Foxconn, reported Taiwan-based Digitimes magazine, citing sources in the supply chain, updated subscribers.

It is not yet clear whether the deliveries have been made in the order of magnitude estimated by Apple.

Big innovations only in the Pro model of the iPhone 14

The iPhone 14 will bring some serious innovations, but these are almost exclusively located in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Among other things, the Pro models are to receive a new 48-megapixel camera, as we had previously reported in various reports.

Also new and clearly recognizable: the notch should be omitted and replaced by a hole + pill design, reported. And finally, it seems more and more to indicate that Apple will install an always-on display for the first time, but probably only in the two iPhone 14 Pro models. However, it is questionable what innovations remain for the basic versions, especially since these two devices will probably not even get the new A16 chip.


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