The new iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 may be unveiled during a presentation by Apple next month, along with the entry-level iPad of the 10th generation. There won’t be an iPhone “mini,” but Apple plans to introduce four different versions of the iPhone 14. One of Apple’s major distribution partners is reportedly getting ready to supply new iPhone 14 and iPad models, including the iPhone 14 mini and 10.2-inch iPad, according to an uncertain rumor that surfaced today.
Evan Blass from 91Mobiles shares the information, which suggests that Apple’s retail partner is getting ready to supply the future iPhone 14 versions. Evan Blass has a solid track record of accuracy and has previously released information about several Android smartphones, the iPhone 12, and the HomePod mini before their official debuts.
Compared to the other variants, the Apple iPhone 13 mini continues to be in short demand. As a result, Apple could decide to go with the larger, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max instead of the smaller variant.
On September 7, Apple may hold the iPhone 14 event with several forward-looking upgrades. iOS 16 and watchOS 9 are also anticipated to get released in the September event.