iPhone 14 could be lowest priced yet, bring back Touch ID, Apple analyst Kuo predicts – CNET


We don’t know if the iPhone 14 will look anything like the iPhone 12, pictured here.

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We may still be waiting to get a first look at the iPhone 13 this fall, but rumors around the iPhone 14 are already heating up. In a Wednesday investor note, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo doubled down on his prediction that in 2022, Apple will launch four iPhone 14 models, with support for under-display Touch ID, 9to5Mac reported. 

Kuo said Apple is building two high-end iPhone 14 models (a 6.1-inch version and a 6.7-inch version), and two low-end iPhone 14 models (of the same sizes). He also said in the note that the high-end 6.7-inch model will come to market at the lowest price ever for such an iPhone, under $900. The two high-end models will include a wide-camera upgrade to 48 megapixels, he added. 

Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, nor did Kuo’s team at TF International Securities.

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