iPhone 14 Pro in Nigeria – Everything you need to know in 2022. Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro is set to be the phone that could shake up the iPhone range by potentially bringing in a notably different design from the iPhone 13 Pro. With just a few weeks to go before the iPhone’s usual September launch, iPhone 14 rumors up to now have hinted at everything from the death of the notch to an always-on display.
The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Price in Nigeria is expected to start selling at about N800,000 naira for the 128GB base model in Nigeria. The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max price in the USA will be starting around $1,100 dollars. (iPhone 14 in Nigeria – Here’s everything we know so far)
Each fall, Apple introduces new iPhone models, and 2022 will be no exception. We’re expecting four new iPhones in 6.1 and 6.7-inch sizes. Two of those iPhones will be standard, more affordable models called the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, while the other two will be the higher-end “Pro” models called the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Instead of a notch, the iPhone 14 Pro models are rumored to include two display cutouts. A pill-shaped cutout will house the Face ID dot projector and other Face ID components, and a second circular cutout will accommodate the front-facing camera. The non-Pro models are expected to continue to have a standard notch.
The iPhone 14 Pro models could have a titanium chassis, which would be an upgrade from the stainless steel used for the iPhone 13 Pro. Titanium would also set the iPhone 14 Pro apart from the iPhone 14 models that are expected to continue to use an aluminum chassis.
There are camera improvements coming to the iPhone 14 Pro models. Apple is expected to introduce a 48-megapixel camera and 8K video recording capabilities. There could also be some improvements to the telephoto lens, and we may see a better Ultra Wide camera. The 48-megapixel Wide camera, the telephoto lens improvements, and the LiDAR Scanner will continue to be Pro-only features. As for the front-facing camera, all models could get an improved lens with a wider aperture and autofocus capabilities.
iPhone 14 Pro latest rumors
- The iPhone 14 Pro’s new 48MP camera could be disappointing in low-light conditions, according to a source speaking to leaker LeaksApplePro.
- A graphic designer has drawn up renders of what the iPhone 14 Pro with an always-on display could look like, using iOS 16 beta designs. Spoiler — it looks great.
- The storage upgrade tipped for the iPhone 14 Pro may have been shot down by a new analyst report.
- A new report reveals Apple plans to order 90 million iPhone 14 units for launch, which would be quite high in this economy.
- The iPhone 14 Pro is tipped to get a $100 price hike but could offer more entry-level storage as a result.
iPhone 14 Pro rumored price in Nigeria: ₦800,000
When it comes to price, the iPhone 14 Pro models have been tipped to get a price increase of some $100, but in return could offer 256GB starting storage rather than 128GB. As such, the iPhone 14 Pro might hit $1,099 (800,000 Naira in Nigeria) and the iPhone 14 Pro Max may hit $1,199 (950,000 Naira in Nigeria).
However, this iPhone 14 Pro storage boost has been shot down in a report from Haitong International analyst Jeff Pu, who claims that Apple will be keeping storage the same as it was with the iPhone 13 Pro, which means sticking with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options.
If that puts you off already then the standard iPhone 14 is expected to stick at $799 (also backed up by a claim coming via Twitter leaker Dohyun Kim) and the new iPhone 14 Max is tipped to cost $899.
Despite the predicted price increase, Apple reportedly plans to order 90 million iPhone 14 units for launch. The Bloomberg report cites Apple’s “affluent clientele” and “dwindling competition.”
When a new iPhone arrives it often means the end of the line for older iPhones, with the iPhone 13 mini looking to be the likely phone to get cut from Apple’s smartphone lineup. As such we’ve dug into which iPhones could be discontinued when the iPhone 14 launches.
iPhone 14 Pro cameras
Don’t expect a big change in the number of cameras the iPhone 14 Pro will bring, as the Pro phones are tipped to stick with the standard combo of a main, ultrawide, and telephoto array.
But one leak has the iPhone 14 Pro tipped to get a 48MP main camera, which could finally make a change from the 12MP cameras Apple has used for years. While Cupertino’s computational photography is some of the best around, having more megapixels to play with would likely give the iPhone 14 Pro more scope when it comes to processing light and details; we could be at a time where megapixels matter once more to Apple.
The latest leak on the new model’s camera does indeed reiterate that it will have a 48MP main sensor but surprisingly claims that it might not be as good as the iPhone 13 Pro in some conditions.
We’ll admit to being rather skeptical about this one, but tipster @LeaksApplePro claims to have spoken to a source who has used the iPhone 14 Pro, and they report that in low light there is “a substantial amount of noise.” If true, that would suggest that the iPhone 14 Pro would have a camera downgrade — something that just doesn’t seem likely to us.
Either way, at least one regular Apple tipster has the standard iPhone 14 models tipped to stick with 12MP cameras, with only the Pro models expected to get a 48MP main camera. No changes have been touted for the ultrawide camera, but we’d be surprised if some effort wasn’t made to improve the field of view and help remove some edge distortion.
And there’s scope for the telephoto camera to get a zoom boost, as an Apple patent points toward the company working on a periscope-style zoom camera. If such a feature was going to debut in an iPhone, it would be for the iPhone 14 Pro. But to muddy the waters, Apple oracle Ming-Chi Kuo claims the periscope camera won’t appear until the iPhone 15 in 2023.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims all models of the iPhone 14 will get an upgraded front-facing camera. It’s looking like this will involve a new wider aperture, a more complex 6-part lens, and the addition of autofocus for the first time. Together, this should allow the iPhone’s selfie snapper to take brighter photos that are easier to shoot thanks to the autofocus, and that will be less prone to distortion.
Kuo also recently reported that Apple has changed lens suppliers due to the current one suffering from quality issues with “coating crack.” Apple has allegedly moved its order of 10 million units to a new supplier, Largan.