Satellite connectivity? Here’s what to expect from the iPhone 14

Apple Inc is expected to launch the iPhone 14 series on September 7, 2022, at an Apple launch themed “Far Out.”

The tech giant has sent out invites to its Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Many tech heads are curious as to what new innovations Apple has in store for its next-generation iPhone range.

Apple is expected to roll out the iPhone Pro Max which is expected to be a real crowd pleaser.

The Pro Max version is an upgrade from iPhone X released in 2017.

Users can expect a few great features and if rumors are correct, satellite connectivity for emergency calls.

The rumor started around the launch of the iPhone 13, which was expected to allow users to make calls and send texts in areas without cell coverage.

This feature would sure draw a crowd and tech heads are hopeful that Apple will deliver.

Apple is expected to also launch an impressive slate of smartwatches.

The Apple watch also expected will look slightly similar to its predecessor, the Series 7.

The tech giant will possibly unveil two standard models and two Pro models of the iPhone.

What we know is that users can expect a 48-megapixel rear camera, improved battery life, a faster processor with edgy new video recording enhancements to wet your pallet.

Save the dates, Apple launches new series on September 7, with pre-orders expected to start on September 9.

The official roll-out is expected to be on September 16.

The prices for the iPhone 14 Pro Max in South Africa is expected to start from R 24 999 with variants of a 6GB RAM

/128 GB storage, 6 GB RAM to 256 GB storage.

Users can expect an Apple A16 Bionic chipset, Apple GPU (4-core graphics) and a Hexa-core (2×3.1 Ghz firestorm) CPU. #techtok #apple #iphone #technology #tech #future ♬ original sound – Daily Tech News


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