Apple to Launch iPhone 14 on September 7 in an Attempt to Minimize Influence of Recession

Apple will reveal the newest flagship iPhone 14 series during its inaugural fall event on September 7, according to recent reports. If the reports are accurate, the event will be held a little earlier than normal.

Today, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo discussed the upcoming release of the iPhone 14 and the reasons why doing so would be beneficial for the business. 

Apple will hold its fall event on September 7 to reveal the new iPhone 14 models, Apple Watch Series 8, and much more, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Kuo revealed that iPhone 14 shipping date is earlier than its previous generations as Apple offered a positive outlook for 3Q22 from the last earnings call.

In addition to this, the expert discussed the deepening global recession. He claimed that the risk of a worldwide recession is rising and unpredictable. From this point forward, it may be wise for Apple to release its products as soon as possible to avoid the effects of the recession on the demand for the upcoming items. Apple is already attempting to minimize the restrictions placed on the supply chain and streamline it.

Both the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro models are anticipated to undergo a significant redesign with a dual-cutout display, as well as other upgrades. The updated A16 Bionic chip will also be included in the “Pro” versions, while the standard models will continue to use an older version of the A15 Bionic chip.

 

 

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