Several rumours are presently circulating the internet about the forthcoming iPhone’s traits and powers. According to some reports, Apple may forego the notch this time around in favour of a larger display.

As nothing has been confirmed so far, and most predictions are a little overstated, all such leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt.

There have been no official reports about when the new iPhone will be released. We already know that Apple will host WWDC 2022 on June 6th. It is also expected to release iOS 16, the next major software version for the iPhone.


It will most likely introduce iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS 13 at its upcoming event.

The company hasn’t revealed a date for its fall event, which is usually when the next iPhone is unveiled. Apple usually holds its annual autumn iPhone event in September, with releases following soon after.

On the first or second of September, Apple usually announces its new iPhones. Last year, the iPhone 13 series made its official premiere on Tuesday, September 14th, with preorders beginning on Friday, September 17th, and the phones going on sale on September 24th.

Apple’s fall event for the iPhone 14 could take place on Tuesday, September 6, or Tuesday, September 13. Because iPhones normally go on sale for presale on Fridays of the same week.

iPhones are normally released a week and a half after Apple makes an announcement. Specific model introduction dates are sometimes staggered, especially when introducing a new design or size. As a result, it’s feasible that the iPhone 14 lineup will have multiple release dates.

For the time being, however, the additional features that these operating systems will bring are unknown. According to a source, Apple may include the ability to include lock screen widgets, support for always-on displays, and much more.