iPhone 14 isn’t due out until September, but the excitement is already starting to build. Apple hasn’t officially confirmed the existence of its next smartphone but the internet is awash with iPhone 14 rumours and talk of a “complete redesign”.

Top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reckons the iPhone 14 line-up will feature four devices including two upgraded ‘Pro’ models. So, although nothing’s official, there are plenty of credible predictions to consider.

We’re big fans of the iPhone 13,  so we’re expecting great things from the iPhone 14. Especially given that the budget iPhone SE (2022) is on par with the iPhone 13 in terms of performance.

Without further ado, here’s everything we know so far about Apple’s next-gen iPhone…

iPhone 14: release date

Apple is yet to breathe a word about the iPhone 14 – let alone its release date. But since Apple typically unveils new iPhones at the same time each year, it’s highly likely we’ll see the iPhone 14 arrive in September 2022.

The iPhone 13 broke cover on 14th September 2021, the second Tuesday in the month. Apple seems to favour the first or second Tuesday of September, which suggests the iPhone 14 could debut on either Tuesday 6th or Tuesday 13th September 2022.

Apple events are usually held the company’s Apple Park headquarters in California, and they tend to start at 10am Pacific Time, which is 6pm GMT / 4am AEST.

Apple’s first event of 2022 went ahead in March, but there was no word of the iPhone 14. Instead, tech fans were treated to the long-awaited iPhone SE 3 and a new iPad Air.

iPhone 14: price

There’s no official news on the iPhone 14 price yet. But since the standard iPhone 13 starts at £679 / $699 / AUS1199, we’d expect the iPhone 14 to command a similar price.

In the UK, the iPhone 13 debuted at £20 less than the iPhone 12. Fingers crossed the downward trend continues, but that’s wishful thinking if one rumour is to be believed.

It comes courtesy of iDropNews, which claims sources have told it higher prices are being discussed internally at Apple. While the standard iPhone 14 would start at $799, the bigger iPhone 14 Max would cost $100 extra, at $899 (about £650, AU$1200). That would bump the price of the Pro model up to $1099, which is $100 more than the $999 of the iPhone 13 Pro, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max would also get a $100 premium on the current iPhone 13 Pro Max, giving it a price of $1199.

Let’s see how they compare with the prices of the iPhone 13 range:

iPhone 13 prices
UK US Australia
iPhone 13 mini 128GB £679 $699 AU$1199
iPhone 13 128GB £779 $799 AU$1519
iPhone 13 Pro 128GB £949 $999 AU$1719
iPhone 13 Pro Max 128GB £1049 $1099 AU$1849


Source: WHATHiFi.COM