September certainly means Apple’s iPhone 14 series. Apple announces and releases new iPhone models in September. Even if you don’t care about getting the newest iPhone, there are valid reasons to wait.
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iPhone 14 may launch shortly.
Apple will likely introduce the Apple’s iPhone 14 and iOS 16 in the first half of September and launch them in the second. Apple released the Apple’s iPhone 13 on Sept. 14 and Sept. 24. Apple’s iPhone 11, Apple’s iPhone 8 and older models have similar timing.
Exceptions exist. iPhone 12 and 12 Pro released in October 2020, while 12 Mini and 12 Pro Max debuted in November. In November 2017, the iPhone X premiered.
The Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro may sport a 48-megapixel camera and a notch-free design, according to reports. Apple may introduce a bigger iPhone 14.
Based on Apple’s history, when do we anticipate the iPhone 14 will launch?
iPhones may get cheaper
Don’t want the latest iPhone? Keep waiting. Apple routinely cuts existing iPhone models’ costs while launching new versions, as it did with the iPhone 12 last year. After the iPhone 13 was revealed, the 64GB iPhone 12 dropped to $700 from $800. In 2021, iPhone 11 cost $500.
This year’s iPhone introduction could benefit individuals who prefer an older model. Apple will likely keep the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini in 2021’s range and decrease the Mini’s price to $500. It would be one of the cheapest 5G iPhones. The $430 iPhone SE supports 5G. It has a smaller screen than Apple’s previous phones, one main camera (most have two), and no Face ID.
5G isn’t necessary, but if you expect to keep your next phone for three years, it should have it. Here’s more on buying a non-5G phone in 2022.
Need an iPhone?
Some can’t wait. Buying a reconditioned iPhone can save you money if you need a new one quickly. Apple’s reconditioned devices have a one-year warranty. Apple says refurbished gadgets are examined, cleaned, and include an AppleCare plan.
Gazelle and Amazon provide refurbished models with their own disclaimers on device quality and warranty length. (You can still sell your iPhone.)
Our guide will help you choose the right iPhone.