Apple iPhone 14 series is only a month and we have already talked about iPhone 15. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously said that the technology giant may start offering exclusive features in the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Now, the launch date of the iPhone series of 2023 may be leaked.

According to reports, the Apple company is telling its employees who work at the Apple store Milton Keynes in England not to drink herbs during the autumn and holidays next year. Usually this is when Apple launches new iPhones and starts selling them. A report by MacRumours said that employees were told that vacation requests between September 15, 2023 and October 7, 2023, and December 2, 2023 with the beginning of January 2024 will not be granted by the store manager. The store is expecting an ‘increased footfall’ at this time.

The store managers claim that the order came from the “above the store” level, but retail employees are not sure exactly where the order originated in Apple’s corporate system. The order comes to hand “to ensure that we are more efficient next year” during the “long period”, the statement said.

Meanwhile, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will increase the gap between Pro and non-Pro iPhone models. The tech giant may start offering exclusive features in the iPhone 15 Pro Max. Kuo believes that the company is likely to be able to do this through the right product distribution strategy to generate more sales and profits. Apple also wants to increase the shipping share of Pro models, thus increasing the average selling price of high-quality phones. Apple is also expected to rename the top of the line iPhone 15, which is expected to carry the iPhone 15 Pro Max moniker, as the iPhone 15 Ultra. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggested that renaming the device would be simpler and more in line with Apple’s new naming strategy as reported in the M1 Pro, M1 Mx and M1 Ultra Mac of the Cupertino company.

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