Newly discovered references to the iPhone 14 Plus as “iPhone 14 Max” on Apple’s website suggest this was the intended name for the smaller 6.7-inch device before the company briefly changed its mind.
As seen by the Dutch website icreate, on two occasions on the company’s website, Apple refers to the iPhone 14 Plus as “iPhone 14” Max. First of all, in the support document that helps users identify their iPhone, the image of the iPhone 14 Plus in five colors is called “iPhone-14-Max-colors.”
Secondly, on the page that provides details and specifications for the company’s products, Apple clearly lists “iPhone 14 Max” with the model number iPhone 14 Plus, along with the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Max.
The rumored model of the iPhone 14 is widely referred to as the lower end model of the line as the iPhone 14 Max. Just a week before Apple’s iPhone event, a leak suggests that it will be called the iPhone 14 Plus instead, reusing the name “Plus” for the first time since the iPhone 8.
The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus share similar features and cameras, with the latter model featuring a larger screen and battery. Apple may have felt that the name “Plus” is more appropriate for a device that offers all the same features as the smaller variant but in a larger format. The iPhone 14 Plus became available for pre-order earlier this month and will begin arriving to customers on Friday, October 7.
‘iPhone 14 Plus’ is rumored to be the exact name of the 6.7-inch model
Apple is expected to announce four new iPhone 14 models at its September 7 event, including a standard 6.7-inch model known as the “iPhone 14 Max” in rumors. However, the device may end up having a different name. According to a photo of the alleged iPhone case from Apple, which was shared by Twitter user “Tommy Boi,” the new model may be 6.7 inches in size and really …
5 things you should know about iPhone 14 Plus
The iPhone 14 Plus is Apple’s new entry-level model alongside the standard iPhone 14, featuring a larger display, better cameras, performance, and more. Announced last month, the iPhone 14 Plus officially began arriving to customers on Friday, October 7. Before the new iPhone starts arriving to customers, we want to highlight some lesser-known features.
iPhone 14 Plus Orders are now arriving for Customers in Australia and New Zealand
It’s already Friday October 7 in New Zealand and Australia, which means the iPhone 14 Plus launch date. Customers in Australia and New Zealand are always the first to get their hands on new devices due to time zone differences, and the new iPhone 14 Plus is no exception. The iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max were already launched on September 16, but the iPhone 14 Plus was delayed….
Five iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus Features you don’t know
Apple has officially announced the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays, respectively. At first glance, the iPhone 14 models may seem like a modern upgrade compared to the iPhone 13, and while they look unchanged beyond the size, there are many new and exciting features for the new iPhones . Below we have listed five small quotes…
iPhone 14 Plus Shows First Delivery Rate Ahead of Friday Launch
Apple’s iPhone 14 Plus, its new 6.7-inch non-Pro iPhone, is officially launching this Friday, October 7, and Apple’s website is currently showing shipping delays until next week for all models and configurations. Apple’s US preorder page now offers estimated delivery between Tuesday, October 11 and Thursday, October 13 for iPhone 14 Plus models in Blue, Purple, Midnight, Starlight, and …
Video Review: A Week With the New iPhone 14 Plus
Last Friday, Apple introduced the iPhone 14 Plus, a new 6.7-inch device that replaces the first iPhone 13 mini. The iPhone 14 Plus is the first time Apple has sold an affordable iPhone that isn’t classified as a “Pro” model since the company launched four phones at the same time. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. MacRumors…
iPhone 14 Plus Faces No Delays Nearly a Week After Pre-Orders Open Amid Low Demand Report
The iPhone 14 Plus, Apple’s 6.7-inch non-Pro iPhone, isn’t experiencing any delays in shipping nearly a week after orders opened, suggesting demand for the new model may be low. Orders opened for all models of the iPhone 14 range last Friday, with deliveries for all models except the iPhone 14 Plus starting tomorrow. While shipping estimates for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro …
Trading in your iPhone for the new iPhone 14? Here’s how much it has value
Pre-orders for the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max open tomorrow, and if you’re one of the many customers upgrading from an older iPhone, you may want to consider your options for business- in. Apple has a popular trade-in program that gives customers a certain amount of value from the purchase of a new iPhone based on the product they introduce and its condition….
Here are all the apps that have Added Live Actions and iOS 16.1 Support
The iOS 16.1 update released today introduces support for Live Actions, a new version of Lock Screen notifications that lets you track information in real time. Animations are primarily visible on the Lock screen, but if you have an iPhone 14 Pro or Pro Max, they also show up in the Dynamic Island. Developers have started rolling out support for Live Actions, and…
The iPhone 15 Pro is predicted to have 8GB of RAM, a USB-C port, and more.
The iPhone 15 Pro models will feature an additional 8GB of RAM, a USB-C port, and several camera upgrades, according to Taiwanese research firm TrendForce. In a press release today, TrendForce revealed that the iPhone 15 lineup will once again contain four models and only the two Pro models will receive Apple’s new device, as was the case with iPhone 14 lineup. Users can expect …
Hands-On With Apple’s New 10th Generation iPad and M2 iPad Pro
Today is the launch day for the 10th generation iPad and the M2 iPad Pro models that Apple announced last week, and we picked up one of the new tablets to give MacRumors readers a look at what’s new. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. The updated 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are not particularly interesting, as Apple has not introduced any new models.
Apple Rejects Spotify App Update Adding Audiobook Support
Apple and Spotify are at loggerheads again as Spotify tries to break into the audiobook market, The New York Times reports. It has been reported that Apple has rejected the new Spotify app update three times in the last month. Over the years, Apple and Spotify have had a long-running dispute over Apple’s App Store policies, with many public disputes over app fees and subscription fees and app rejection…
Hands-On With the New Free Edition in iPadOS 16.2
When the new software updates were introduced in June, Apple showed the new Freeform app in progress. Freeform is now in the final stages of development, and the app is available in iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and macOS Ventura 13.1 betas. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Freeform is available cross-platform, but works best on the iPad…
iOS 16.2 Beta Adds New Sleep Widget to Lock Screen
With iOS 16.2 beta, Apple introduced a new Sleep widget that can be added to the new iOS 16 Lock Screen along with other widgets. The Sleep Widget is the only new widget addition in iOS 16.2, and it draws from data stored in the Health app and collected by Apple Watch or other sleep tracking devices. It provides information such as time spent in bed and quality of sleep, with three …
Greg Joswiak: Apple must comply with the EU and switch the iPhone to USB-C
Apple’s vice president of global business, Greg Joswiak, said today that Apple will move to USB-C on its iPhone and other devices that still have a Lightning connection to comply with new EU regulations. Speaking at the Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live event, Joswiak said Apple is finally respecting the EU’s decision to allow common chargers among consumers.
Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak discuss USB-C on iPhone, iMessage on Android, iPadOS Calculator App Failure, Pace of Innovation, and more.
At the Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live event, Apple’s Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak talked about many topics, including USB-C on the iPhone, why iPadOS still doesn’t have a math app, iMessage on Android, and more. The EU is forcing most consumer electronic devices, including the iPhone and AirPods, to switch to USB-C by the end of 2024. The new law will directly affect Apple, which …