iPhone 14 Pro Max: People are expecting Apple to debut the iPhone 14 series on September 7, and until Apple makes an official announcement, the speculations will continue. As part of this, current evidence indicates that the iPhone 14 Pro versions will be in great demand at the time of debut, which is what Apple strives for.
Demand for the iPhone 14 Max will rise as well!
From June through September, renowned analyst Ross Young disclosed information regarding the iPhone 14 display panel shipping to its Super Followers, and the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max had the biggest share of panels. The iPhone 14 Pro Max had a 28% market share, while the 14 Pro had a 26% market share.
Posting iPhone 14, 14 Max, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max volumes to my Super Followers now. Which model has the highest volumes by month and through September?
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) August 22, 2022
According to reports, the iPhone 14 Max, which will replace the Mini model and be the first non-Pro iPhone with a large 6.7-inch display, would have the lowest proportion of screens shipped at 19%. This is likely to change following the launch event, with the iPhone 14 Max predicted to “gain a lot of ground in September.”
(Also see: Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Details: iPhone 14 Series Launch Date and Price)
While we don’t know if the 14 Max will gain momentum (which is possible considering its large screen and battery for a low price), we do know that Apple is betting big on its Pro models this year.
A redesigned “hole+pill” display, 48MP cameras, the new A16 Bionic CPU, and other enhancements are likely to be present in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. On the other hand, it’s rumored that the non-Pro variants will include things like last year’s A15 processor with minor modifications and the same “notched” display.
So, increasing the manufacturing of the Pro models seems like a reasonable decision. After the debut, by doing the same with the iPhone 14 Max, Apple may be able to gauge the response and then decide what to do. The concept seems more sensible in light of the iPhone mini model’s two-year streak of failure!
Despite this, it is still unclear how much the iPhone 14 series will cost Apple and whether or not major modifications and a change in approach would be beneficial. We’ll be sure to keep an eye on both this and the next Apple event because only time will tell how things turn out. Follow this area for more information on the new iPhone 14 series, and don’t forget to let us know in the comments which model has your attention.