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An iPhone 14 Mini would arrive this year after all

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For months, various leaks pointed to a change in the iPhone 14 line. Multiple reports showed how the iPhone ‘Mini’ sales disappointing for the company. Therefore, everything pointed to the company dropping the ‘Mini’ model in the iPhone 14 series. But, it seems that Apple will keep the iPhone Mini in 2022 in the end.

The source of the filtration is the medium 91mobiles in collaboration with the informant Evan Blass. According to the publication, Apple will launch a total of 7 new devices at its annual launch event in September.

Apple would keep a Mini model in its iPhone 14 from 2022


From insiders inside one of Apple’s top-tier retail channel partners in the Asia-Pacific region, Evan learned that Apple will be launching these seven iPhones and iPads at its September event:

  1. iPhone 14 Mini
  2. iPhone 14
  3. iPhone 14 Pro
  4. iPhone 14 ProMax
  5. iPad 10.2 (10th gen)
  6. iPad Pro 12.9 (6th gen)
  7. iPad Pro 11 (4th gen)

The devices are reportedly supposed to be announced on September 7 at Apple Park in California. Then, starting on September 16, these 7 devices are expected to start shipping to customers.

The news of an iPhone 14 Mini is a surprise. After all, previous leaks and rumors indicated that Apple would ditch the iPhone 14 Mini in favor of an iPhone 14 Max (or iPhone 14 Plus) due to the relatively low sales of the iPhone 13 Mini compared to its larger-screen siblings. great.

Leaked iPhone 14

Other details of the expected devices

As for the other launch details, it is said that only the new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will feature Apple’s latest A16 Bionic mobile processor. Meanwhile, the other iPhone 14 models will only feature the A15 Bionic. This is the same processor found in last year’s iPhone 13 series from Apple.

As for iPads, the 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro models by 2022 are supposed to feature Apple’s latest M2 Silicon SoC, along with mini-LED displays (currently being the only tablets on the market with mini-screens). -LED).

Meanwhile, the entry-level 10th-generation iPad is getting a redesign. The home button is gone, allowing for a nearly frameless experience, joining the modern design language of Apple’s tablets (iPad Air and Pro).

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