Apple’s iPhone 14 Max could be hard to find at launch

Apple plans to launch four different iPhone 14 models this year, but the 5.4-inch device would be discontinued in favour of a new 6.7-inch iPhone.

Apple’s iPhone 14 Max could be in short supply when it launches in the fall, Display analyst Ross Young said in a tweet.

For Apple fans, this means that it’s going to be especially difficult to get one on the first few days it’s available.

Cupertino is expected to launch four new iPhone 14 models this year, including the iPhone 14 Max.

The iPhone 14 Max is the most anticipated smartphone of this year, and there are quite a lot of factors behind why the consumer anticipation for this model is high.

It’s claimed the iPhone 14 Max will have a 6.7-inch display, which puts it in line with the iPhone 13 Pro Max model and therefore likely the same size as the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Consumers want an iPhone with a bigger screen but not everyone can afford the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

If Apple launches the iPhone 14 Max starting at $899, it would be $300 cheaper than the iPhone 14 Pro Max which reportedly cost $1,199 for the base model.

Expect at least a $100 price increase is coming for the iPhone 14 series.

Apple will launch two standard iPhones, namely the iPhone 14 and the all-new iPhone 14 Max, and two Pro models.

iPhone 14 series could be announced on September 13, though nothing has been confirmed as of now.