Apple Live Blog Event Rumors – Last Minute Leaks of iPhone 14, Apple Watch 8 and AirPods Pro 2



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If you’re wondering if you should be ready to buy the iPhone 14 when it’s released, or if you should wait 12 months and get the iPhone 15, phone writer Richard Pridey has chewed up the iPhone 14 vs. the iPhone 15.

It looks like the iPhone 14 Pro will be the phone you can get. But if you’re using an iPhone 13 Pro, you might want to consider waiting as the 2023 iPhone model could bring some major changes, like USB-C connectivity and a periscope camera.


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One of the key iPhone 14 rumors is that the standard models will run the current A15 processor, while the Pro models will get the new A16 Bionic chip.

However, now we have heard a new variation on this theme, namely that the A15 chip in the iPhone 14 will be an improved version.

It is reported by the Wall Street Journal. (will open in a new tab)referring to “people familiar with the plans”. There is no indication of how the A15 will be improved, but we assume it will offer slightly better performance than the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, which offer one extra GPU core over the A15 used in base iPhone. 13 and iPhone 13 mini.

We have already heard a lot about the two-chip approach. For example, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman also advised the regular iPhone 14s to stick with the A15 while the Pro models get an upgrade.

On the one hand, this would be a disappointment – Apple almost always puts new chips in new phones. But on the other hand, you might argue that the A15 Bionic is so powerful that having it on the iPhone 14 wouldn’t be a bad thing anyway. And if the A15 version you’re using is more powerful than the iPhone 13, there’s even less to worry about.

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One of the latest rumors that surfaced ahead of the Apple event is about a battery boost for the iPhone 14 Pro line.

This is reported by well-connected Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, who writes in his Power On newsletter. (will open in a new tab) that “aside from the notch, I’ve been told to expect iPhone 14 Pro models in general to be slightly larger and have thinner bezels. They will also have larger batteries.”

Thinner bezels are good, but a battery boost could help the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro max take a spot on our best phone battery life list, replacing the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro, respectively.


Good morning and welcome to our live Apple event rumor blog. We’ll be updating this regularly over the next day with a little ahead of the actual event due to start at 1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT / 6:00 PM PT tomorrow (September 7th).

Of course, there’s no shortage of last-minute leaks and speculation about various devices set to launch tomorrow, so read on for our thoughts on each one.

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