7 Reasons to Wait for the iPhone 14 & 4 Reasons Not To

Apple’s flagship iPhone 13 series looks great and the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max are still excellent, but some of you might want to wait for Apple’s 2022 iPhone, presumably called iPhone 14.

If you’re thinking about upgrading your phone, you’ve got a ton of options to sift through. The iPhone 12 series represents the top-of-the-line, but Apple’s got plenty of other devices that are worthy of your attention including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE 2, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.

And while many of you are going to be perfectly fine buying one of these iPhones, or a device outside of Apple’s ecosystem, others might want to hang around.

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The iPhone 13 series has some serious upgrades on board, but we could see much bigger changes come to the iPhone line in 2022. That puts those of you in the market for a new phone in a tough position in 2021: Buy a new device this year or wait?iPhone 14 Rumors

We’re a long way away from Apple’s 2022 iPhone announcement, but we’ve already seen some credible rumors emerge.

Apple is widely expected to release four new iPhone 14 models in 2022 though the company reportedly ditch the iPhone “mini” model.

The 2022 iPhones will reportedly feature a punch-hole instead of a notch, some huge changes to the camera, a new chassis design, and a few other changes that might intrigue you as you hunt for your next phone.

The iPhone 14 series is still in development which means plans can, and probably will, change before Apple unveils the new hardware next year. That said, there are already some great reasons to think about waiting for the company’s 2022 iPhone models.

In this guide we’ll take you through the best reasons to wait for the iPhone 14 series and the best reasons to go with another device long before the iPhone 14 release date. Wait for a Punch-Hole Design

If you hate Apple's notch, you might be in luck because it looks like the company is making significant changes to the iPhone's design in the coming years.

Apple didn't eliminate the notch in 2021 but the iPhone 13 series has a smaller notch than the iPhone 12 series and previous iPhone models.

In 2022, Apple will reportedly ditch the notch in favor of a punch-hole display design. The rumor comes from respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He's reiterated this in a newer note though he says the change may be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro models.

Korean publication The Elec backs up these rumors and claims Samsung Display will help with the manufacturing process. Like Kuo, the site says the new design will be limited to the Pro models.

If true, it would put the iPhone more in line with Samsung's high-end Galaxy phones which also employ a punch-hole design.

The punch-hole isn't as invasive as the notch which should be music to the ears of those who don't like the notch.

Jon Prosser has created renders based on information he received about the iPhone 14 and they showcase what the punch-hole could look like.

We've also heard the iPhone 14 series may not rely on the punch-hole design entirely and that it may employ a notch of some kind.

Apple recently won a patent for under-display cameras for biometric authentication on the iPhone so it's pretty clear the company is working to get rid of the notch at some point. It's just a matter of when.

If you aren't thrilled with the look of the iPhone 12 or iPhone 13, think about waiting.

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