This Wednesday’s Far out event will lift the veil on Apple’s future iPhone.
Are you looking forward to getting your hands on the future new iPhone 14? Well, know that it’s now only a matter of hours before Apple reveals it, since this Wednesday’s keynote should tell us more. Generally, Apple waits a few weeks before mass deploying its new iPhone, but the situation could change somewhat this year.
As Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman explains, in its weekly newsletter Power On, the iPhone 14 could land sooner than we think. September 16 to be precise. This would therefore send us back to next Friday, with pre-orders open from this Friday.
Generally, the release of the new iPhone occurs two weeks after its announcement, and not one week like this year. According to Gurman, Apple would rush this release to include iPhone sales in its summer quarterly results, and thus drastically improve the figures.