Apple seems to have managed to solve the production problems that appeared in the summer of this year (Covid-19 restrictions, blocked deliveries from Taiwan to China, etc.) and is moving forward on schedule with the launch event of the iPhone 14 series.

Even if unofficially, everyone close to Apple suggests that the iPhone 14 series will be launched on September 7, with commercial availability to be carried out in waves (in classic Apple style). The first wave will start on September 16, the second wave on September 23, and the third wave from September 30.

The series will consist of four models: two with a 6.1-inch screen and two with a 6.7-inch screen. In terms of names, we will have iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Interestingly, the latest sources also suggest the presence of an iPhone 14 Mini, but in this case there are three options: either the information will not be confirmed, or the iPhone 14 Mini will be the fifth model of the series, or it will replace the iPhone 14 Max and four will remain. Remains to be seen.

In other news, as a final article, Apple wants to integrate ads into Apple Maps. Most likely from 2023 users of this application will discover various banners in the search area.