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Giant Rumor: iPhone 14 mini May Be In Production

Giant Rumor: iPhone 14 mini May Be In Production
Giant Rumor: iPhone 14 mini May Be In Production
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In the report by 91mobiles,  Evan Blass states that Apple will launch a total of 7 new devices at the brand’s annual September Launch Event, which includes the latest iPhones and iPads .

Evan learned from one of Apple’s top retail channel partners in the Asia-Pacific region that Apple will be launching these 7 iPhones and iPads at its September Launch Event :

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  • iPhone 14 mini
  • iPhone 14
  • iPhone 14 Pro
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max
  • iPad 10.2 (10th generation)
  • iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation)
  • iPad Pro 11 (4th generation)

The devices are expected to be announced at Apple Park in California on September 7, and starting September 16, these 7 devices are expected to begin shipping to customers in first-wave countries in Apple’s annual launch cycle.

Giant Rumor: iPhone 14 mini May Be In Production

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iPhone 13 mini Couldn’t Get Enough Attention

The iPhone 14 mini ‘s inclusion on this list came as a surprise, as previous leaks and rumors indicated that Apple will produce an iPhone 14 Max (or iPhone 14 Plus) instead of the iPhone 14 mini due to the relatively low sales of the iPhone 13 mini .

Coming to other details of the launch, previously only the new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will feature Apple’s latest A16 Bionic mobile processor, while other iPhone 14 models are only the A15 Bionic , the same processor found in Apple’s iPhone 13 series last year. It is said that he will have

As for iPads, for 2022, both the iPad Pro 12.9-inch and 11-inch models are expected to feature Apple’s latest M2 processor and state-of-the-art mini LED displays, currently the only tablet on the market with a mini LED display. Meanwhile, the 10th-gen entry-level iPad will feature a new design that no longer has the home button, providing a virtually borderless tablet experience .

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