Here are the rumored colors and Always-On Display tidbits for the iPhone 14

As noted by 9to5Mac, Twitter user Jioriku has posted a thread about the iPhone colors and the new Always-On Display mode for the upcoming 14 series.

He says the iPhone 14 will come in green, purple, blue, black, white, and red with the pink “flavor” of the iPhone 13 replaced with purple. Jioriku says the iPhone 14 Pro will be available in green, purple, silver, gold, and graphite with purple taking the place of Sierra Blue.

He says rumors of an Always-On Display are true. “AOD will only follow the lock screen widgets and have no way to make them different,” Jioriku adds. “They’re going for continuity here so the complications are a mirror of the lock screen.”

 The iPhone 14 line-up is expected to debut in September or October. Among the rumors about the smartphone update:

° Apple will use different grades of OLED panels (made by Samsung Display) between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro.

° The iPhone 14 Pro and ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max will both pack 6GB of RAM and a newer and faster type of memory.

° Some models may cost US$100 more than their iPhone 13 counterparts.

° Apple make its latest A16 processor exclusive to the Pro models in the iPhone 14 lineup.

° At least some of the models will be eSIM-only. 

° The ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ will contain 8GB of RAM.

° Some will sport 120GHz displays.

° The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models will have a hole + pill design.

° The top two models have also have OLED screens.

° They will support the Wi-Fi 6E standard. 

° Black, white, blue, red and purple will be the color options for the iPhone 14, while graphite, gold, silver and purple will be available on the iPhone 14 Pro.

° There will be a new purple colorway for both iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro that shifts in tone depending on the lighting.

° The base model of the iPhone 14 base model will start at US$799, the same entry price as last year’s 6.1-inch iPhone 13.

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