Apple has confirmed that pre-sales for the new iPhones will begin on next friday (7) here in Brazil. Their official sale will begin a week later, on October 14th. However, among the four models, only three will be available initially: the iPhone 14O 14 Pro it’s the 14 Pro Max. The iPhone 14 Plus should take a little longer to get here.
This Wednesday (28), the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) completed the approval process of the four devices. So it was just a matter of time before Apple announced their official sale here in Brazil — and it came faster than we thought.
presented earlier this monththe phones come with a slightly faster chip, camera improvements and new features such as Accident Detection and Satellite SOS.
You iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are the main highlights of the new line. They land with a powerful rear camera array, a faster 5G modem and a faster chip, the A16 Bionic. On the front there is the most noticeable change: the Dynamic Island, a smaller cutout for the TrueDepth system, which houses the selfie camera and Face ID.
already the iPhones 14 and 14 Plus they had only subtle—not to say minimal—improvements. The line kept the “notch”, the dual camera system and arrives with versions with 6.1 and 6.7 inches, attesting to the end of the “mini” model. Here, Apple has kept last year’s chip, the A15 Bionic — although it claims this year’s version is faster.
The most basic iPhone 14 starts at R$7,599
Here in Brazil, the most basic model, that is, the 128 GB iPhone 14, will start at R$7,599. Anyone interested in a larger and more complete model will have to pay more than R$15,000.
Here are the official values of the new iPhones:
- iPhone 14: between R$7,599 and R$10,599;
- iPhone 14 Plus: between R$8,599 and R$11,599;
- iPhone 14 Pro: between R$9,499 and R$14,499;
- iPhone 14 Pro Max: between BRL 10,499 and BRL 15,499.
Apple Watch Ultra goes on sale in Brazil
one week after start sales of Apple Watch Series 8 and SE in Brazilthis Friday (30), the company also started selling the Apple Watch Ultra, a device made for adventurers on the go. Here in Brazil, the watch costs BRL 10,299.
It has a flat screen that is about 27% larger than the Series 8 and a display with up to 2,000 nits brightness. According to Apple, it is possible to view the information shown on the smartwatch well even in very bright environments.
In terms of design, the gadget maintains the rectangular shape with rounded corners, but comes with the so-called Action Button, which is on the left. With it, you can configure shortcuts related to exercise, stopwatch, diving, flashlight and more.
The 49mm case of the Apple Watch Ultra is made of titanium. The watch has the S8 chip and a battery that can last up to 36 hours under normal use conditions. Still, there’s a low-power mode that Cupertino giant promises to make the battery last up to 60 hours.