A large number of technology enthusiasts are waiting for the unveiling of the price and specifications of the iPhone 14 in Egypt, which is the next new phone in the latest American Apple series, and it is expected to be officially launched in September or October, as it is rumored that it will be available at a price slightly higher than the price of the iPhone series 13, which was issued last year 2021 and achieved great success.
iPhone 14 price and specifications in Egypt
The price and specifications of the iPhone 14 in Egypt are expected to be announced at the American company’s conference, which is usually held in September of each year, and includes the announcement of its new phone series in preparation for its launch in the market a few weeks later, according to the “GadgetsNow” website, which specializes in technology news.
One of the best specifications of the iPhone 14 is that it will run iOS 16 and may be equipped with a 3687 mAh battery, which allows you to enjoy playing games, listening to songs, watching movies, and more for longer without worrying about running out of battery.
It is likely that this phone will come with 6 GB of RAM and an internal storage space starting from 128 GB, so you will be able to store all your songs, videos, games and more on the phone without worrying about space limitations.
Likely with a powerful Hexa-core processor (2×3.1 GHz Firestorm + 4×1.8 GHz Icestorm) you can enjoy smooth performance while accessing multiple apps and playing graphics intensive games.
iPhone 14 camera specifications
Speaking of camera specifications, the new Apple phone is rumored to feature a dual camera setup on the back, and there may be two 12MP + TOF lenses so that you can take live photos.
Features in the rear camera setup include digital zoom, auto flash, face detection, and touch to focus, and on the front, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max is expected to come with a 12MP + SL 3D camera for selfies and video chats.
As for the price, it is expected that the price of the iPhone 14 will start from 20 thousand Egyptian pounds, or 1600 US dollars.