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**Update 08/12/2024**

Ming-Chi-Kuo is at it again with iPhone SE successor rumors this time around. MacRumors have a great knack for getting their hands on investors notes, with the latest one dropping some major iPhone SE3/pro bombs:

“We expect Apple to release a new iPhone SE in 2023 with a larger display than the 1H22 SE’s 4.7-inch and 4GB of memory support (vs. 3GB in the 1H22 SE). We predict that Luxshare-ICT will be the NPI supplier for the 2023 iPhone SE.“

The display is rumored to be Apple’s last iPhone shipped with an LCD display, however, it will feature a hole-punch front-facing camera instead of the cursed Apple notch. Overall, we’re looking at an iPhone XR-type design rather than anything resembling the current iPhone 13 line.

**Original Story**

It’s hardly surprising that Apple is already preparing for an iPhone 14 release date, their yearly upgrade cycle is key to keeping the iPhone brand fresh in the public consciousness. It’s also key to keeping manufacturing costs down for Apple whilst providing better tech to willing fans.

In fact, we have a better idea than usual about how iPhone 14 and its various iterations will look thanks to a leak by Front Page Techs’ own Jon Prosser. Whilst he’s noted for leaking the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in July 2023, his leaks can sometimes be a bit iffy when it comes to specs. As usual, take any leaks with a pinch of salt until the real McCoy has been revealed. Here’s a gallery of images below that are reported renders of the iPhone 14 but may be subject to change with them not being an actual iPhone 14 unit:

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Although it hasn’t been announced, we normally expect iPhone 14 release dates around September time every year. Worst case scenario, you can expect iPhone 14 to be on store shelves before Black Friday 2023 for sure. In terms of pricing, there’s nothing confirmed although we can assume Apple will be following on from their budget to premium offerings as they did with iPhone 13 too. Anywhere between $699 and $1499 is as accurate as we can be right now.

iPhone 14 models and design

It’s safe to say that iPhone 14 will offer various models in its line-up to suit different budgets and tasks. It’s looking like the iPhone 14 Mini might not happen in 2023, with Apple opting for an iPhone 14 Max model with a larger screen and diminished camera specs to keep costs down. The plus side of a bigger phone is a bigger battery capacity, which may make the new iPhone 14 MAx a big deal when it comes to budget-busting. We can also expect Pro and Pro Max models too, although we’re not sure how this will look when it comes down to official announcements and launch day.

That glass and aluminum sandwich don’t quit, will it? Credit: Front Page Tech/Jon Prosser

It’s looking like Apple may be finally going all in for a selfie camera punch-hole instead of the fowl bar taking up precious screen space. With rumblings of Samsung going for an under-screen selfie camera with its next iteration of Galaxy handsets, Apple may go for similar technology to jump ahead of the curve. Under-screen fingerprint ID and Face ID are also rumored to make an appearance. iPhone 14 may feature a complete design overhaul, even though the last four generations of iPhones have more or less looked the same.

iPhone 14 Camera

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is backed up Prossers claims alongside stating iPhone 14 will feature a 48MP camera in its setup. 9to5Mac speculated further on this statement by thinking Apple may use the same ‘four-cell merge output mode’ features seen in some Android smartphone camera setups. This technology takes the raw data captured by a 48MP camera to create a quality 12Mp image with more detail and less noise. Only time will tell, but the render leaks do feature an iPhone 13-esque camera array that is completely sunk into the handset.

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Everything We Think We Know About Iphone 5C

It’s now widely accepted Apple will, for the first time in iPhone history, launch not one but two new iPhones this coming Tuesday. One, a flagship iPhone 5S, and the other a long-rumored budget iPhone that should help the company tap emerging markets where telcos rarely subsidize devices.

Critics assume the so-called iPhone 5C will somehow flop because it’ll have a plastic shell. In reality, coupled with Apple’s marketing prowess and brand power, the iPhone 5C will widen Apple’s price umbrella and replace the $450 off-contract iPhone 4S as Apple’s most affordable iPhone yet – without offering a two-year old hardware.

Basically an iPhone 5 redesigned around the polycarbonate plastic casing offered in a variety of bright colors, the iPhone 5C is meant to improve Apple’s standing in emerging markets like China, India and Russia while appealing to those who are looking for a more affordable alternative to Apple’s flagship iPhone.

Here’s what we think we know so far about Apple’s controversial plastic iPhone, based on the widely-accepted rumors, leaks and reports by reliable bloggers and credulous publications.

The name: just don’t call it cheap

At first, journalists dubbed it the budget iPhone, with big media such as WSJ, Reuters and Bloomberg opting for the politically correct nicknames to refer to a ‘less-pricey’, ‘low-cost’ or ‘inexpensive iPhone’.

It wasn’t until chúng tôi published a set of photos showing a bunch of boxes with the label ‘iPhone 5C’ on the side that the blogosphere adopted the moniker.

Since then, a number of analysts and outlets have confirmed the name, including WSJ, Bloomberg and China Telecom. So, what does the ‘C’ in the iPhone 5C denomination stand for? A number of theories are floating around: some say the ‘C’ means Colors.

One thing is pretty certain: the ‘C’ does not stand for cheap. Apple’s never added the letter ‘C’ to an iPhone model before, leading some watchers to conjure the company might perhaps market the handset as an ‘iPhone C’. Which brings me to my question of the day.

iPhone 5C packaging render.

iPhone 5C packaging render.

Assuming Apple sticks to its mid-cycle S-upgrades, what is a 2014 plastic iPhone going to be called? An iPhone 5CS? An iPhone CS? An iPhone 6C? What about 2024? There should be an iPhone 6S in 2024 so what’ll they call its budget variant, an iPhone 6CS?

Perhaps Apple should think about rethinking its iPhone naming convention?

Design: scratch-resistant plastic shell

Borrowing vague design cues from the iPhone 3G/3GS, the iPhone 5C ditches the two-tone aluminum iPhone 5 design for a rounded polycarbonate plastic casing that’s much easier to shape than aluminum. Even the lens cover appears to be plastic (the iPhone 5 uses sapphire crystal for added protection). The all-plastic casing obviously reduces parts and assembly costs, allowing for a more affordable device.

The backplate will be colorized and the front panel should be all black, though that’s inconclusive. Taking a closer look at the inside of the backpanel, the iPhone 5C uses both metal and plastic parts to support the internal components.

A leaked manual clearly depicts the Lightning connector and standard hardware buttons, including the mute switch and Home, power/sleep and volume up/down buttons.

The volume up and down buttons (below) are more of a pill shape, somewhat resembling the buttons found on the fifth-generation iPod touch. Now, even though it’s made from plastic, the handset’s casing is described as pretty thick and substantial, making the iPhone 5C slightly thicker, wider and heavier than its counterpart, as seen below.

According to a scratch-resistance video by Taiwan’s Apple Daily, the iPhone 5C has a surface hardness of 8H on the pencil hardness test, or three times stronger than the regular PET film used to protect the iPhone’s display from scratches.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo pegs the plastic body between 0.4 and 0.6 millimeters thick versus the average plastic casing at between 0.7 and 1 millimeter. The mix of glass fiber and plastic allows for a stronger, thinner and lighter appearance compared to other plasticky casings.

Along the bottom (from left to right) there’s the headphone jack, the mic hole, space for a screw, the Lightning connector, another hole for a screw and the cutouts for the speaker – again, resembling more the fifth-generation iPod touch than the iPhone 5.

On the back, there’s an iSight camera, noise-canceling microphone and standard LED flash (leaving the rumored dual-LED flash exclusive to the iPhone 5S).

The expected cutout for the SIM tray on the left appears to be sized appropriately for the Nano SIM cards, like the iPhone 5. Like all prior handset models, the branding on the back simply says ‘iPhone’, with no model-specific moniker.

The display: four-inch Retina screen

There’s no question the iPhone 5C will pack in a four-inch display, even if the less-informed analysts have conjured up that the screen won’t be Retina for cost-saving reasons. That couldn’t be further from truth.

Make no mistake about it, Apple’s 2013 iPhone lineup is going to be all-Retina. The same goes for unfounded talk of a 3.5-inch display, which can be easily disputed by a myriad of leaked back shells.

Will it be plastic with white or black front?

Will it be plastic with white or black front?

Bottom line: worst case, Apple could save a few bucks by outfitting the device with a non-IPS LCD technology, meaning poor man’s viewing angles like on the iPod touch.

Cameras: no surprises here

By all accounts, the iPhone 5C features the same front-facing FaceTime camera with a rather paltry 1.2-megapixel photos and bearable 720p HD video with up to 30 frames per second. The back-facing iSight camera is thought to be of an eight-megapixel variety with full HD 1080p video capture at up to 30 frames per second – essentially the same as on the iPhone 5.

iPhone 5C protective case rendering.

Internals: similar to the iPhone 5

The rumor-mill seemingly agrees that many of the internals inside the iPhone 5C will match up with the currently available iPhone 5. This totally makes sense: Apple’s been building the iPhone 5 for a year and they must have optimized manufacturing and parts costs by now.

I imagine Apple’s supply chain maestro Tim Cook opted to re-use the iPhone 5 components to keep bill of materials at a minimum as opposed to engineering brand new parts. Here is reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s view of iPhone 5C internals.

The iPhone 5 logic board (left) lines up nicely with the iPhone 5C screw holes (right).

Networking: no Gigabit Wi-Fi, NFC and LTE+

The iPhone 5 logic board (left) lines up nicely with the iPhone 5C screw holes (right).

At a minimum, the iPhone 5C should support all flavors of fourth-generation Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology the iPhone 5 does. We’re not expecting support for up to three times faster LTE Advanced. LTE Advanced (also known as LTE-A or LTE+) allows for theoretical simultaneous download and upload speeds of 300 megabits per second, or up to three times faster than current LTE theoretical speeds.

While LTE Advanced networking is conceivable on the iPhone 5S, cost considerations and the currently very low penetration rate of this latest standard make the ultra-fast 150MBit LTE Advanced a no-go on the iPhone 5C.

On the other hand, if China Mobile will sell the iPhone 5C, the device must support the telco’s nascent TD-LTE 4G network. There could also be a special China Mobile version of the iPhone 5C, even if that runs contrast to Apple’s penchant for keeping things simple.

Whether or not the iPhone 5C supports 802.11ac – the latest in Wi-Fi networking – is up for the debate. Also known as Gigabit Wi-Fi, the standard promises three times the data throughput of the conventional Wi-Fi standard.

Now, only the 2013 editions of the MacBook Air family and the AirPort Express/Time Capsule wireless appliances sport 802.11ac networking . The upcoming Mac Pro will have it and it’s fairly safe to speculate that Gigabit Wi-Fi will be part of the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2, as well as Haswell-focused iMac, Mac mini and MacBook Pro refreshes.

AirDrop, one of the headline new iOS 7 features, is hardware-dependent. Even though AirDrop does not specifically require 802.11ac chips, the feature is currently supported only on the iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini and fifth-generation iPod touch.

That said, we imagine the same Wi-Fi networking capabilities from the iPhone 5 will be supported on the iPhone 5C, at a minimum. Chances of Apple giving the iPhone 5C LTE Advanced and 802.11ac capabilities are slim – it’s perfectly plausible these features are exclusive to the flagship iPhone 5S.

No, we’re not expecting NFC either.

Summing up, we think the iPhone 5C will feature Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11n Wi-Fi on 2.4 and 5GHz bands, aGPS and GLONASS, as well as DC-HSPA+ and LTE.

Colors: five bright colorways

The iPhone 5C is expected to come in various colorways, some of them revealed by the frequent part-spotter Sonny Dickson. In total, the handset should be offered in five different colors: blue, green, yellow, white and red – the latter appearing to be more of a pinkish hue.

Sketchy reports have also called for a completely black iPhone 5C, though the leaked shots were later debunked as fake.

The fake iPhone 5C backplate.

The fake iPhone 5C backplate.

Here is a potential green variant without the sticker.

And the following image apparently represents a bunch of iPhone 5C units being warmed up at Pegatron’s Shanghai plant for quality assurance purposes.

Pegatron is Apple’s primary assembler of the iPhone 5C as Apple seeks to diversify risk after last year Foxconn manufacturing glitches with the iPhone 5 (hint: scratches, nicks and Scuffgate), according to WSJ.

The contract manufacturer, named after the mythical flying horse Pegasus, became a minor producer of iPhones in 2011 and started assembling iPad minis last year.

Packaging: plastic box ala iPod touch

Apple’s never made a plastic iPhone box before so folks were taken aback when chúng tôi published photos depicting boxes with the label ‘iPhone 5C’ on the side.

Though we can’t vouch for their authenticity, a number of photos from various sources have corroborated that the device will come inside a transparent plastic box that looks a lot like the iPod touch packaging.

Here’s iPhone 5C packaging shared by chúng tôi in late-July.

And below is the current iPod touch plastic box.

And here’s apparently a blue iPhone 5C, still in its retail packaging.

Watchful readers could point out Apple since 2012 has been color-matching the external coloring of the iPod nanos with the wallpaper, as can be seen below.

Summing up, as the iPhone 5C is all about building a more affordable device for cash-strapped buyers. Therefore, it’s not entirely inconceivable that cost saving measures would extend to the product’s retail packaging. Another benefit of transparent plastic boxes: folks get to see the actual device right on store shelves.

Pricing: think mid-range, not cheap

The iPhone 5C should be sold for a significantly lower price than the flagship iPhone 5S when purchased off-contract, with a full retail price pegged at $350-$450 or $400-$500, depending on whom you ask. At any rate, That’s considerably more affordable than the $649 price of the unsubsidized iPhone 5.

While Apple is believed to offer the iPhone 5C both on and off-contract from day one – unlike past iPhone releases where a contract-free variant arrived a few months following the launch – carrier subsidies should bring the upfront payment down to something like $99 for customers willing to sign on the dotted line.

Assuming the off-contract iPhone 5C starts out at $450 for the basic model with sixteen gigabytes of storage (or perhaps even 8GB?), the 32/64GB tiers should translate to $550 and $650, respectively. Sorry, we’re not expecting a 128GB iPhone 5C variant – yes, another iPhone 5S exclusive.

One caveat: should Apple drop the iPhone 5/4S/4 from the lineup come September 20, the on-contract iPhone 5C could just as well become Apple’s new “free” iPhone.

I’m only speculating here, but the aforementioned price matrix would be consistent with Apple’s strategy of discounting previous-generation iPhones. Oh, we also don’t expect the iPhone 4S to be offered shortly as its smaller 3.5-inch screen would feel oddly out of place in the iPhone 5/5S/5C four-inch Retina lineup.

Last but not least, it’ll be interesting what ad tactics Apple’s marketing wizards cook up to pitch a plastic iPhone to consumers without sounding like a lesser-buy.

Availability: September 20, coming later to China Mobile and NTT DoCoMo

We’re expecting both the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S to be available across Apple’s key markets beginning Friday, September 20, with iOS 7 preloaded. This should give Apple a period of ten days to collect pre-orders between the September 10 announcement and wider September 20 availability.

As evidenced by employee vacation blackouts – not only by Apple, but major U.S. carriers as well – the device is expected to launch simultaneously across AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile networks. Sprint hasn’t cancelled their retail employee vacations yet so we’re guessing the telco could land the new iPhones a bit later.

The iPhone 5 launched last September in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore. By the end of 2012, the handset launched on 240 different carriers in a hundred countries.

WSJ all but confirmed that Apple has finally inked a landmark distribution agreement with China Mobile, the world’s largest carrier. Two days ago, Reuters confirmed that Japan’s NTT DoCoMo will start carrying iPhones this Fall. Both are huge developments for Apple as the iPhone isn’t yet available on some of the world’s largest wireless carriers.

China Mobile has 700+ million subscribers, more than AT&T and Verizon combined! NTT DoCoMo is 60 million mobile users strong. Just adding these two carriers to the fold should add up significantly to iPhone sales and Apple’s bottom line.

Sales predictions

According to one estimate, expanded distribution will help the company push 13 million iPhone 5S/5C units in the first ten days of sale – or more than a million units a day – per Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves. Those would be record numbers, in accordance with the ‘most successful launch in Apple’s history’ prediction.

All told, Hargreaves expects up to 13 million iPhone sales before the September quarter closes and some 31 million units during the Christmas quarter.

iPhone 5C videos

If picture is worth a thousand words, a video may be worth a million.

• iPhone 5C mystery case by Macotakara

You’re going to love these hands-on clips.

Signing off…

About the flagship iPhone 5S: two-tone iPhone 5 design, colorized backplate choices – including the controversial gold/champagne and graphite variants – at least a third-faster A7 chip and improved camera with much better low light shooting, 120FPS slow motion video capture, a 12 or 13-megapixel sensor and dual-LED flash.

And of course, the central feature: a redesigned Home button with an AuthenTec fingerprint sensor for user authentication (Slide To Identify?) and more. It should be the handset’s killer feature. If it means anything, insiders liken it to the seismic shift Siri was two years ago.

Apple recently began training its AppleCare support staff and retail employees on iOS 7 and iTunes Radio so we’re expecting both devices to hit Apple Stores and carriers simultaneously. Those of you looking to dump your old device, Apple will pay up to $280 credit for used iPhones.

So what do you guys think?

Did I miss anything?

Best Leather Cases For Iphone 14 Plus And 14 Pro Max In 2023

If you go big and get the latest iPhone 14 Plus or the iPhone 14 Pro Max, it’s best to get some accessories for your iPhone 14. It is expensive, and a protective case should be the first thing you should get. If it comes with leather, it’s the perfect icing on the cake.

That said, putting any case on your iPhone won’t be justified. It should be something that can provide the utmost protection to your iPhone. For the same reason, I’ve picked some of the best leather cases for iPhone 14 Plus and 14 Pro Max.

1. Apple leather case – Editor’s choice

Apple’s leather case is the best choice for your iPhone 14 Plus and 14 Pro Max. It comes with tanned finished leather that feels soft in hands and gets a natural patina over time. On top of that, it comes with MagSafe, allowing it to snap with the iPhone 14’s magnets, and supports all MagSafe accessories.

You can connect MagSafe or Qi-enabled chargers to charge your iPhone with the case. Over time, you’ll see some creases, especially the MagSafe mark, if you use it regularly.

Pros

Snug fit

Great grip

Soft-leather case

Available in multiple colors

Cons

Forms crease over time

2. Noreve leather case – Variety of options

Noreve premium leather cases for iPhone 14 Pro Max offers the delicacy of French craftsmanship as everything is handmade. You may pick from five different kinds of classic cases that best fits you. The rear shell case has a sturdy and durable back cover to absorb drops.

The vertical flap, horizontal flap, and wallet cases protect your iPhone from both sides. Therefore, your display is safe from dirt and scratches. The wallet case also has a compartment to keep cards and bills. All cases incorporate a thermoplastic inner frame for break resistance.

Moreover, the sleek form ensures the case fits snugly. The best part is you may choose from several colors and textures and customize your cover by engraving your name or logo. Also, the case is compatible with MagSafe chargers.

Pros

Thermoplastic inner frame

Multiple style and color options

Personalize by engraving name or logo

Cons

A bit thick

3. Mujjo leather case – Best premium leather case

The Mujjo leather case should serve you well if you’re into luxury cases. It comes with vegetable-tanned Ecco leather that turns gorgeous with each passing day since it develops a patina. The leather used has been Gold rated for its eco-friendliness.

It has 1mm raised leather bezels that provide better protection and maintains a slim profile simultaneously. This case supports MagSafe, allowing you to connect accessories like MagSafe wallets, battery packs, and others.

Pros

Slim profile

Premium leather finish

Lined microfibre finish

1mm raised bezels and camera bump

Cons

Requires occasional cleaning

4. Bellroy Mod – Minimal wallet leather case

If you’re looking for a leather case that doubles as a wallet. The leather used in this case is a premium hide-tanned leather, Gold-rated by the Leather Working Group environmental protocols while keeping the case slim. The leather ages gracefully without a doubt and looks beautiful over time.

The wallet on this leather case can fit up to three cards and has a magnetic trapdoor that magnetic snaps when closing the wallet. It’s one of the best wallet cases for your iPhone.

It’s MagSafe compatible, but removing the cards from the wallet is best before putting your iPhone on a MagSafe or wireless charger. Furthermore, it’s available in various colors, and you can customize the case and the wallet individually when purchasing.

Pros

Slim profile

Premium leather finish

Magnetic trapdoor wallet

Customizable

Cons

Expensive compared to others

5. Nomad Modern leather case – Sophisticated and clean look

If you’re fond of classy looks, the Nomad modern leather case is perfect for your iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Nomad is known for using vegetable-tanned American Horween leather.

It develops a unique patina on the leather with usage over time. Simultaneously, you’ll get a rich, glossy, and rugged look on your case. Nomad claims they tested the case for up to 10ft drop protection, thanks to the 360° TPE bumper. It also has dual lanyard points to attach something to it. On top of that, it comes with MagSafe and wireless charging capabilities.

Pros

Premium American Horween leather

360° TPE bumper

MagSafe compatible

Cons

Shiny but slippery back

6. Shieldon folio case – Best RFID-blocking case

If you’re looking for a leather folio case, then Shieldon’s folio case is for you. It has all-around protection and a genuine leather build. There’s a wallet in the case that lets you store up to three cards. It also comes with RFID-blocking technology that doesn’t allow scanners to access your cards when the tap-to-pay option is enabled.

The inner side of the case is soft to the touch and has hard shockproof edges. Apart from that, you get a lifetime warranty for replacements, and if you aren’t happy with the product, you can get it replaced. You can find more wallet cases for your iPhone if you like this one.

Pros

RFID blocking

Various color options

Wallet

Cons

MagSafe is missing

7. LONLI Classic – Soft leather case

This leather case is perfect for you if your preference is soft leather, similar to Apple, but at half its price. It has got Italian Bovine Nappa leather. This leather is dry and grainy when taken out of the box but becomes soft to the touch over time.

Furthermore, you get raised lips to protect your camera and screen from accidental drops and surface scratches. It is also compatible with MagSafe accessories. Nonetheless, the weight remains minimum, even with all these things.

Pros

Soft-leather case

MagSafe compatible

Lightweight

Cons

Feels grainy at first

8. Otterbox Strada – Folio leather case

This premium leather case from Otterbox also doubles as a folio case that lets you keep your cards. The leather feels soft to the touch, yet you get a polycarbonate shell underneath for better protection. Also, the magnetic latch adds a nice touch when closing this folio leather case.

You can also store up to two cards in the provided cardholder. It is compatible with all MagSafe and Qi-enabled accessories. You need not worry about 5G services being affected since they don’t interfere with 5G signals. However, you should take out the cards from the case before putting them on a MagSafe charger.

Pros

Premium leather

MagSafe compatible

Cardholder

Cons

Expensive over others

9. LUPA Legacy – Slim folio leather case

If you want to go slim but not miss out on a folio leather case, you should go for Lupa’s solution. It has luxury PU leather, is hand-stitched, and lasts longer. While slim, it can still protect your iPhone’s corners, screen, and cameras.

It has 0.5mm raised edges on the camera, and 1.6mm raised edges over the screen. Additionally, you can also have up to four cards or some cash stashed inside the leather case. It also feels good to hold and looks elegant. However, it isn’t compatible with MagSafe accessories, yet it works well with Qi-enabled wireless chargers.

Pros

Looks stylish

Slim folio case

Cardholder

Cons

No MagSafe support

10. Lohasic leather case – Soft vintage case

A vintage look can never go out of fashion. The Lohasic leather case achieves the same with premium PU leather that feels soft and develops a natural patina over time. There’s a low-profile Apple logo due to light gold electroplated bumps on the case, providing a classy look.

While looking good, it also protects your iPhone with 1mm raised lips for the screen and cameras. Moreover, it doesn’t attract fingerprints or slip from your hand. On top of that, it’s compatible with MagSafe accessories and Qi wireless charging.

Pros

Classy vintage look

MagSafe and Qi compatible

Soft and good grip

Cons

Might form creases over time

11. CYRILL kajuk case – Vegan leather case

If you’re someone who takes veganism seriously, the Cyrill Kajuk leather case is the perfect choice for you. It comes with premium vegan leather that has 4-layer protection with a sturdy leather back, flexible bumpers, and soft microfiber lining. It looks classy regardless of your chosen color while keeping it scratch-proof, water, and grease-resistant.

A lanyard loop on the case allows you to connect different accessories for your iPhone. Furthermore, it supports MagSafe and Qi wireless charging with strong in-built magnets.

Pros

Premium vegan leather

MagSafe and Qi compatible

Includes lanyard loop

Cons

Color may fade over time

The leather feels great on your iPhone…

That’s my list of the best leather cases available for your iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Most leather cases bring out their beauty over time when they develop a unique patina. Keep an eye on this space, as I’ll include more options when I find them.

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Technical Specifications For The 2023 Iphone Se

Apple on April 15, 2023 announced the new low-cost iPhone SE model that packs in plenty of worthwhile specifications despite the lower price tag compared to other iPhones.

Table of contents

Continue reading for the full iPhone SE tech specs.

iPhone SE (2024) tech specs

For historical purposes, and to make it obvious what the 2023 iPhone SE offers, we’ve put together a quick breakdown of the technical specifications for the handset.

In the box

iPhone SE with iOS 13

EarPods with Lightning connector

Lightning to USB cable

USB power adapter

Documentation

Color options

Black

White

Product(RED)

Storage capacity

64 GB

128 GB

256 GB

Available space is less and varies due to many factors. Depending on the iPhone SE model and settings, a standard configuration uses approximately 11GB to 14GB of space, which includes the iOS operating system and Apple’s preinstalled apps. Preinstalled apps use about four gigabytes of storage space, but you can delete these apps (and restore them at any time).

Apple chips

Apple A13 Bionic system-on-a-chip:

64-bit architecture

Third-generation Apple Neural Engine for machine learning and AI

Apple M12 coprocessor for motion tracking

Water and dust resistance

Splash, water and dust resistant

Rater IP67 (maximum depth of 1 metro up to 30 minutes)

Keep in mind that splash, water and dust resistance are not permanent conditions: resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Liquid damage is not covered under warranty.

Display

Retina HD widescreen LCD display with IPS technology

4.7-inch diagonally

Multi‑Touch

1334-by-750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi

1400:1 contrast ratio (typical)

True Tone display

Wide color display (P3)

Supports Dolby Vision and HDR10 video content

Haptic Touch

625 nits max brightness (typical)

Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating

Display Zoom

Reachability

Cameras

Front camera:

Sensor features:

7 megapixels

ƒ/2.2 aperture

Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos

Photography features:

Portrait Lighting with six effects: Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono and High-Key Mono

Auto HDR for photos

Auto image stabilization

Burst mode

Timer mode

Exposure control

Retina flash

Photo geotagging

HEIF and JPEG capture formats

Video recording:

1080p HD video recording at 30 frames per second

Cinematic video stabilization (1080p and 720p)

QuickTake video

Playback zoom

Video geotagging

HEVC and H.264 video capture formats

Rear camera:

Sensor features:

12 megapixels

Wide camera

ƒ/1.8 aperture

Six‑element lens

Sapphire crystal lens cover

Optical image stabilization for photos and video

Photography features:

Portrait Lighting with six effects: Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono and High-Key Mono

Next-generation Smart HDR for photos

Digital zoom 5x

Advanced red-eye correction

Auto image stabilization

LED True Tone flash with Slow Sync

Burst mode

Panorama 63MP

Photo geotagging

Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos

Image capture formats: HEIF and JPEG

Video recording:

4K video recording at 24, 30 or 60 frames per second

1080p HD video recording at 30 or 60 frames per second

720p HD video recording at 30 frames per second

Optical image stabilization for video

Digital zoom 3x

LED True Tone flash

QuickTake video

1080p slow-mo recording at 120 or 240 frames per second

Time‑lapse video with stabilization

Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p and 720p)

Continuous autofocus video

Take 8MP still photos while recording 4K video

Playback zoom

Video geotagging

Video formats: HEVC and H.264

Stereo recording

Speakers and microphones

Stereo audio via the speakers at the bottom and in the earpiece

Microphones at the bottom and in the earpiece

Sensors

Touch ID fingerprint sensor

Barometer

Three-axis gyroscope

Accelerometer

Proximity sensor

Ambient light sensor

Biometrics

Touch ID:

Fingerprint sensor built into the Home button

Unlock iPhone SE

Secure personal data within apps

Make purchases from iTunes Store, App Store and Apple Books

External buttons and connectors

Home/Touch ID button

Ring/Silent switch

Lightning connector for power, data and expansion

Side button (on/off, sleep/wake)

Volume up and down buttons

SIM card

Dual SIM technology with nano-SIM and eSIM support

iPhone SE is incompatible with existing micro-SIM cards

Power, data and expansion

Lightning

Battery

Rechargeable lithium ion battery

Wireless charging (works with Qi chargers)

Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter

2024 iPhone SE lasts about the same as iPhone 8:

Video playback: 13 hours

Video playback (streamed): 8 hours

Audio playback: 40 hours

Fast charge: 50% large in 30 minutes with 18W+ adapter (sold separately)

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Cellular and wireless

Model A2275:

FDD‑LTE (bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 29, 30, 66 and 71)

TD‑LTE (bands 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46 and 48)

CDMA EV‑DO Rev. A (800 and 1900 MHz)

UMTS/HSPA+/DC‑HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900 and 2100 MHz)

GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz)

All models:

Gigabit-class LTE with 2×2 MIMO and LAA4

802.11ax Wi‑Fi 6 with 2×2 MIMO

Bluetooth 5.0

NFC with reader mode

Express Cards with power reserve

Location services

Built-in GPS/GNSS

Digital compass

Wi-Fi

Cellular network

iBeacon microlocation

Video calling

FaceTime video calling over Wi-Fi and cellular

Audio calling

FaceTime Audio

Voice over LTE (VoLTE)

Wi-Fi calling

Rating for hearing aids

M3, T4

Size and weight

Width: 2.65 inches (67.3 mm)

Height: 5.45 inches (138.4 mm)

Depth: 0.29 inch (7.3 mm)

Weight: 5.22 ounces (148 grams)

Environmental requirements

Operating ambient temperature: 32° to 95° F (0° to 35° C)

Nonoperating temperature: −4° to 113° F (−20° to 45° C)

Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing

Operating altitude: tested up to 10,000 feet (3000 m)

Read the iPhone SE Environmental Report for more detailed information.

Made with better materials:

100% recycled rare earth elements in the Taptic Engine

100% recycled tin in the solder of the main logic board

Enclosure made with recyclable, low-carbon aluminum

35% or more recycled plastic in multiple components

Energy efficient:

Meets US Department of Energy requirements for battery charger systems

Smarter chemistry:

Arsenic-free display glass

Mercury-free display

BFR, PVC and beryllium-free

Green manufacturing:

Final assembly supplier sites do not generate any waste sent to landfill

All final assembly suppliers are transitioning to 100% renewable energy for Apple production

Responsible packaging:

100% of virgin wood fiber comes from responsibly managed forests

Recyclable, majority-fiber packaging

According to Apple, the Taptic Engine in the 2023 iPhone SE represents about 34 percent of the total rare earth elements used in the product.

Software

Operating system:

iOS 13 (some features may not be available for all countries)

Apple Pay:

Pay with your iPhone SE using Touch ID within apps and on the web

Send and receive money in Messages with Apple Pay Cash

Siri:

Use your voice to send messages, set reminders and more

Get proactive suggestions

Use hands-free with “Hey Siri”

Listen and identify songs with Shazam

Use your voice to run shortcuts from your favorite apps

Preinstalled Apple apps:

App Store

Apple Store

Books

Calculator

Calendar

Camera

Clips

Clock

Compass

Contacts

FaceTime

Files

Find My

Health

Home

iTunes Store

iTunes U

Keynote

Mail

Maps

Measure

Messages

Music

News

Notes

Numbers

Pages

Phone

Photos

Podcasts

Reminders

Safari

Settings

Shortcuts

Siri

Stocks

Tips

TV

Voice Memos

Weather

Wallet

Watch

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Iphone 14 Vs Iphone 14 Pro: Which Should You Buy In 2023?

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro represent Apple’s latest and greatest devices. The decision between choosing an iPhone 14 model, however, can be tricky. The iPhone 14 Pro is obviously more powerful and capable, but you also have to factor in differences like pricing, battery life, and overall weight. Head below for a deep dive into the iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro.

iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro: Screen sizes

For the first year ever, both the standard iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro are available in the same screen sizes. Regardless of which family you pick, you have your choice between a 6.1-inch or 6.7-inch screen. This is a major difference compared to the past two years, when the top-tier “Pro Max” was the only choice for those who wanted the largest 6.7-inch screen.

But with that in mind, there are some big differences in terms of the screen technology and features. Namely, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max offer ProMotion display technology for smoother animations, the new Digital Island that replaces the notch, and the first-ever Always-On display.

The iPhone 14 Pro’s Always-On display enables the screen to show you your lock screen widgets, the time, and your wallpaper at all times. This is the first time Apple has ever implemented an Always-On display for the iPhone.

Meanwhile, the Digital Island brings a new level of interactivity in replacement of the notch. You can tap and hold to find more options and controls. The Dynamic Island can show things like album art for content in the Music app, controls for FaceTime, specific background activities, and more. The new Live Activities feature coming iOS 16 also integrates with the Dynamic Island, meaning you can see live notifications directly in the new screen area.

While those are the bigger differences between the displays, there are some other technical details as well. Here’s the full breakdown of the display technology inside the iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro.

iPhone 14iPhone 14 PlusiPhone 14 ProiPhone 14 Pro MaxSize6.1-inches6.7-inches6.1-inches6.7-inchesResolution2532×1170-pixels2778‑by‑1284-pixels2556‑by‑1179-pixels2796‑by‑1290-pixelPPI460ppi458ppi460ppi460ppiProMotion?❌❌✅✅Dynamic Island?❌❌✅✅Always-on display?❌❌✅✅Typical brightness800 nits max800 nits max1000 nits max1000 nits maxOutdoor brightness800 nits max800 nits max2000 nits max2000 nits maxHDR brightness1200 nits max1200 nits max1600 nits max1600 nits maxTrue Tone✅✅✅✅Haptic Touch✅✅✅✅

Size and design

There are some notable differences in the design and dimensions of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro lineups, even though they share screen sizes. There are also differences between the materials used for each model, the weight, and more.

As you can see in the chart below, the rough dimensions of the respective iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models are the same. The biggest difference is the weight, with the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max weighing noticeably more than the non-Pro counterparts. This is due to the heavier stainless steel edges, the larger camera modules (more on that in a bit), and the larger batteries.

Here’s a rundown of what you need to know.

iPhone 14 Pro Max cases:

iPhone 14 Pro cases:

iPhone 14 cases:

iPhone 14 Plus cases:

Performance

For the first year ever, Apple has split the performance between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 14 models are powered by an upgraded version of the A15 chip used last year (just with an added GPU core). The iPhone 14 Pro models use Apple’s newest A16 Bionic chip, which is Apple’s first 4nm processor.

We’re still waiting on the exact details on iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro performance. The fact of the matter is, however, that iPhone performance is already overkill for the majority of buyers nowadays.

Here’s a breakdown of the full iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 specifications:

iPhone 14iPhone 14 PlusiPhone 14 ProiPhone 14 Pro MaxProcessorA15 BionicA15 BionicA16 BionicA16 BionicCPU6-core: 2 performance + 4 efficiency6-core: 2 performance + 4 efficiency6-core: 2 performance + 4 efficiency6-core: 2 performance + 4 efficiencyGPU5-core5-core5-core5-coreNeural Engine16-core16-core16-core16-coreRAM6GB6GB6GB6GBBack materialGlossy glassGlossy glassMatte glassMatte glassEdgesAluminumAluminumStainless steelStainless steel

Battery life

Battery life is a big factor when deciding which iPhone 14 to order. The battery stats from Apple can be a bit vague, but here’s what we know.

iPhone 14iPhone 14 PlusiPhone 14 ProiPhone 14 Pro MaxVideo playback20 hours26 hours23 hours29 hoursAudio playback80 hours100 hours75 hours95 hours

Camera

One of the biggest ways the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro differ is in terms of camera technology. The gap between iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro is even bigger this year than before. Because of the new 48MP camera on the iPhone 14 Pro, the main camera uses quad-pixel technology to adapt to the photo being captured.

Both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro also feature a new Photonic Engine. Apple describes this as a new computational photography feature that offers a “giant leap for mid- to low-light performance in photos across all cameras through a deep integration of hardware and software.”

On the iPhone 14, Apple says you can expect improved mid- to low-light performance of up to 2x on the Ultra Wide camera, 2x on the TrueDepth camera, and 2.5x on the Main camera.

On the iPhone 14 Pro, the benefit is even better: up to 2x on the Main camera, up to 3x on the Ultra Wide camera, up to 2x on the Telephoto camera, and up to 2x on the TrueDepth camera.

Here are some more technical details on the iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro camera systems:

Video recording? iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus camera technology:

4K video recording at 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

1080p HD video recording at 25 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

720p HD video recording at 30 fps

Cinematic mode up to 4K HDR at 30 fps

Action mode up to 2.8K at 60 fps

HDR video recording with Dolby Vision up to 4K at 60 fps

Slo‑mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps or 240 fps

Time‑lapse video with stabilization

Night-mode Time-lapse

QuickTake video

Sensor-shift optical image stabilization for video (Main)

2x optical zoom out

Digital zoom up to 3x

Audio zoom

True Tone flash

Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p, and 720p)

Continuous autofocus video

Take 8MP still photos while recording 4K video

Playback zoom

Video formats recorded: HEVC and H.264

Stereo recording

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max camera technology:

4K video recording at 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

1080p HD video recording at 25 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

720p HD video recording at 30 fps

Cinematic mode up to 4K HDR at 30 fps

Action mode up to 2.8K at 60 fps

HDR video recording with Dolby Vision up to 4K at 60 fps

ProRes video recording up to 4K at 30 fps (1080p at 30 fps for 128GB storage)

Macro video recording, including slo-mo and time-lapse

Slo‑mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps or 240 fps

Time‑lapse video with stabilization

Night-mode Time-lapse

QuickTake video

Second‑generation sensor‑shift optical image stabilization for video (Main)

Dual optical image stabilization for video (Main and Telephoto)

3x optical zoom in, 2x optical zoom out; 6x optical zoom range

Digital zoom up to 9x

Audio zoom

True Tone flash

Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p, and 720p)

Continuous autofocus video

Take 8MP still photos while recording 4K video

Playback zoom

Video formats recorded: HEVC, H.264, and ProRes

Stereo recording

Selfie camera

Both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro lineups offer one of the biggest jumps in front-camera performance we’ve ever seen. Both use a new camera with an ƒ/1.9 aperture that enables better low-light performance for photos and video. It also offers auto-focus for the first time, so it can focus in low light and capture group selfies from farther away.

Full spec sheet for the selfie cameras on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro:

12MP camera

ƒ/1.9 aperture

Autofocus with Focus Pixels

Six‑element lens

Retina Flash

Photonic Engine

Deep Fusion

Smart HDR 4

Portrait Lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, High‑Key Mono)

Animoji and Memoji

Night mode

Photographic Styles

Apple ProRAW

Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos

Lens correction

Auto image stabilization

Burst mode

4K video recording at 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

1080p HD video recording at 25 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

Cinematic mode up to 4K HDR at 30 fps

HDR video recording with Dolby Vision up to 4K at 60 fps

ProRes video recording up to 4K at 30 fps (1080p at 30 fps for 128GB storage)

Slo‑mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps

Time‑lapse video with stabilization

Night-mode Time-lapse

QuickTake video

Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p, and 720p)

Bolded bullets = iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max only

Colors

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are available in five different colors: 

Midnight

Purple

Starlight 

(Product)RED

Blue

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are available in four different colors: 

Silver (Updated)

Deep Purple

Space Black 

Gold

Storage

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus:

128GB

256GB

512GB

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max:

128GB

256GB

512GB

1TB

Pricing

iPhone 14:

$799 – 128GB

$899 – 256GB

$999 – 512GB

iPhone 14 Plus:

$899 – 128GB

$999 – 256GB

$1099 – 512GB

iPhone 14 Pro:

$999 – 128GB

$1099 – 256GB

$1299 – 512GB

$1499 – 1TB

iPhone 14 Pro Max:

$1099 – 128GB

$1199 – 256GB

$1399 – 512GB

$1599 – 1TB

Other features

And here are some other features that are offered by both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro:

Crash detection that can recognize when you’re in a car accident and call emergency services.

Satellite connectivity for reaching emergency services when you aren’t connected to a cellular or WiFi network.

Action mode for stabilizing video during fast-moving scenarios like running or other sports.

Ceramic Shield front for improved display durability

Included accessories

Citing environmental concerns, Apple is not including headphones or a charging brick in the iPhone 14 box this year. Here are some accessories you might consider picking up to help fill that gap and complement your new iPhone.

iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro: Which should you buy in 2023?

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro lineups are similar in many ways. This is especially true because of the screen size options. As I said at the start, you no longer have to spring for the most expensive iPhone in order to get the largest display. For many people, the screen size is one of the deciding factors in picking an iPhone.

The camera upgrades offered by the iPhone 14 Pro vs the iPhone 14 are the biggest things to consider. If you’re someone who is constantly taking videos and pictures with your iPhone, these changes are going to bring a significant improvement to the end result. The combination of the new computational photography features and the 48MP sensor is huge. This is the first time in years that Apple has increased the megapixel count of the iPhone’s main camera.

Image via Brian Tong

My personal suggestion is to look at how you use your iPhone and look at the price differences between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. Do you take enough pictures and videos to really benefit from the new camera features? Are you consistently taking pictures and videos of something in your life that’s really important? If so, the iPhone 14 Pro is the way to go.

But if not, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are still incredible phones. The camera hardware is as impressive as in years past, and you benefit from some of the additional computational photography technology. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are also notably cheaper than the iPhone 14 Pro models.

Last updated February 13, 2023

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Do Iphone 13 Cases Fit The Iphone 14?

If you just picked up your new iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro, you might be wondering if your existing iPhone 13 case will fit the iPhone 14. Unfortunately, Apple has made enough changes to this year’s iPhone 14 models that you’ll need to buy new cases alongside your new iPhone this year. Here are the details.

Will iPhone 13 cases fit the iPhone 14?

As you can see in the table below, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 are very, very close in terms of their overall dimensions. The biggest difference is that the iPhone 14 is 0.01-inches thicker than the iPhone 13. Realistically, this is not a big enough difference to impact case compatibility most of the time.

There’s another very minor change, though: Apple has ever-so-slightly shifted the location and size of the power button and volume buttons this year. More so than the changes in dimensions, this will be what breaks the compatibility between iPhone 13 cases and the iPhone.

For these reasons, the safest bet is to go ahead and splurge on a new case that’s designed exactly for the iPhone 14. Here are some of the most popular iPhone 14 cases we’re seeing so far:

Will iPhone 13 Pro cases fit the iPhone 14 Pro?

Unfortunately, the situation only gets worse if you’re upgrading from an iPhone 13 Pro to an iPhone 14 Pro. There aren’t huge changes to the dimensions, but they are bigger changes than the non-Pro models.

As you can see, Apple has increased the height, decreased the width, and increased the thickness of the iPhone 14 Pro in comparison to the iPhone 13 Pro. All of these differences add up to mean that your iPhone 13 Pro cases definitely won’t fit your iPhone 14 Pro. Additionally, the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera bump is even larger and wider than before.

Apple has also shifted the iPhone 14 Pro’s power button ad volume buttons, for yet another reason your cases won’t work.

Will iPhone 13 Pro Max cases fit the iPhone 14 Pro Max?

The iPhone 14 Pro Max situation is pretty similar to the iPhone 14 Pro. While the height of the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max are the same, the new model is both narrower and thicker than its predecessor. The camera bump is also larger and the volume buttons and power button have been slightly relocated.

For all of these reasons, you’ll need a new case for your iPhone 14 Pro Max if you plan on upgrading this year.

iPhone 14 Plus cases

Last but not least, there’s the iPhone 14 Plus. Given that this is an all-new model in Apple’s lineup, you’ll definitely need a new case for this one. While you could technically use an iPhone 13 Pro Max case, the fit would be far from precise due to significant differences in thickness as well as the size of the camera bump.

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