Apple iPhone 14 lineup: Release, Prices and Rumors

By Ashiqur R.
19 August, 2022
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The upcoming iPhone 14 lineup is going to be launched on 7th of September.

There have been rumors about the next iPhone series for over a year, but the projected Sept. 7 launch date is now just three weeks away. Fans continue to have many inquiries as the potential release of the iPhone 14 draws nearer. The price of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will go up? When will the next iPhone be available? And how will it even appear?

We get some hints from iOS 16, Apple's most recent iPhone release. But we're compiling all the rumors surrounding the iPhone 14, from alleged price increases to potential design changes, in an effort to piece together what's in store for Apple's flagship device in 2022. We even have a wish list of functions we hope the new iPhone will offer.

iphone 14 price in bd

Although we still don't know much about the iPhone 14, we have heard that Apple will drop the Mini and instead concentrate on bigger phones in its upcoming lineup. The iPhone 14 Mini is expected to be discontinued in 2021, according to a report from Nikkei Asian Review, and a research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, which MacRumors was able to get. The iPhone 14 portfolio will still have four models, a "high-end" and a "lower-end," with two size variations for each, according to Kuo.

The expected iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Mini price in Bangaldesh would be something like the price mentioned below:

ModelPrice in Bangladesh (starting from.)
Apple iPhone 14BDT. 91,990
Apple iPhone 14 ProBDT. 98,990
Apple iPhone 14 MaxBDT. 85,990
Apple iPhone 14 Pro MaxBDT. 1,45,990

Rumors suggest a slight change in naming conventions, with an iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, with "Pro" designating higher-end specs and "Max" referring to the larger screen size. While name speculation isn't as relevant to the discussion of Apple's 2022 lineup as it was for unlucky 13, it is still relevant.

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