A new report from “POCKET LINT” has given me this information about the newest Iphone Model 14, coming out this SEPTEMBER:
Apple typically announces a new iPhone every September, and there’s usually more than one model to choose from. Every year, the number changes but the number doesn’t correlate with the year it was announced, which means it can be a little tricky to keep with which is the newest iPhone.
HERE ARE THE DETAILS OF THE NEW IPHONE 13:
We’ve got an entire feature dedicated to the Differences between the Iphone 13 to help you work out which is the right iPhone 13 model for you if you want the latest model.
As a quick summary, the the Iphone 13 PRO and 13 PRO MAX have the same features as each other but they differ in size and display size. The same goes for the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13, with the differences just being physical size and screen size.
The Pro models offer extra features over the standard iPhone 13 models though, including a more premium finish, faster refresh rate display, bigger batteries, a third camera lens, a LiDAR sensor, different storage options and a different GPU.
What is the next iPhone and when is it coming?
The next Apple iPhone is expected to be called the iPhone 14 and it is expected to be announced in September 2022. There are expected to be four models again, though no an iPhone 14 mini. Rumours suggest we will see an iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
APPLE LIVE CAPTIONS TO BE A BIG SELLING POINT :
With Live Captions, if you want to watch a video with the volume off, you can read automatically generated captions at the bottom of your screen in real time. Apple said it can be used on streaming services, FaceTime calls, and other video conferencing apps. This is a useful feature for anyone, and for the hearing loss community, it’s an accessibility feature that will make it easier to watch videos on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. A similar feature is already available on Google Pixel phones and select Android phones.
Like Google’s approach, Apple said its captions will be generated on your devices, keeping your information private. But the company hasn’t yet said how you’ll enable Live Captions.
Apple’s Live Captions will transcribe any audio content in English across the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.