Despite all the contrary, will Apple launch the iPhone 14 mini instead of the rumored iPhone 14 Max? This is what the latest leak claims.
The iPhone 14 mini is not dead! And the iPhone 14 Max appears to be dead before arrival. Yes, that’s what the latest leak is claiming. In fact, the leaks and rumors so far around iPhone 14 mini have convinced everyone that the mini will be killed this year. Instead, we’re literally getting another giant offering from Apple, tipped to be called either iPhone 14 Max or Plus, which will be just as big as the giant iPhone 14 Pro Max itself. When the iPhone 14 Max launches, it will be the first time a non-Pro iPhone has had a massive 6.7-inch screen. The surprise was revealed by well-known tipster Evan Blass who reported via 91Mobiles that the launch of the iPhone 14 will actually be the unveiling of the iPhone 14 mini. Even Blass hasn’t said anything about the iPhone 14 Max.
The report via Blass mentioned the new mix of iPhones and iPads that Apple is about to unveil at its fall event in September. The list comes from one of Apple’s top channel partners in the Asia-Pacific region, which has begun preparing to sell its upcoming Apple products, Blass said. The product pages for the incoming iPhone 14 smartphones and some iPad devices prepared by this partner have listed one of the unexpected models – the iPhone 14 mini. Here’s the list:
- iPhones: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 mini, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
- iPads: iPad 10.2 (10th generation), iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation), and iPad Pro 11 (4th generation).
Evan Blass claimed, “We can be reasonably confident of the accuracy of the information from this Asian partner — it’s one of Apple’s largest distributors in the market it serves.”
However, there is a chance that this is just a mistake on the part of the anonymous distributor. So be prepared for a big surprise on Apple’s launch day.
But as of now, Apple has kept quiet about all the leaks and rumors that have been raging on the internet regarding the iPhone 14 series. As always, it does not distribute promotional marketing content to its partners ahead of the flagship series’ major launches. And that is why it is expected to be no different this time. All we can do is wait for the arrival of the iPhone 14 launch date in September, most likely September 7.