This Wednesday (28), the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) concluded the approval of the iPhones 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. This means that, from now on, it only depends on Apple for the devices to be sold in Brazil. Announced on September 7, the phones arrive with camera improvements, a subtly faster chip, Accident Detection and satellite SOS.
On its spec pages, Apple identifies the iPhones 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max by their respective codes: A2882, A2886, A2890, A2894. According to the approval documents, the cell phones are manufactured in China and India.
In addition to the devices, their batteries were also approved. The iPhone 14 component has 3,279 mAh capacity, while that of its bigger brother, the 14 Plus, has 4,325 mAh.
The iPhone 14 Pro battery has a rated capacity of 3,200 mAhwhile that of the 14 Pro Max has 4,323 mAh.
The great highlight of this year is, without a doubt, on the pro line. The two models now have a new set of more powerful rear cameras and front pill-shaped cutout on the screen, the Dynamic Island, where the front camera and Face ID sensors are.
The generation of Apple’s “non-Pro” models has also been approved and is now authorized for sale. both devices had small improvements compared to last year.
The novelties are only on account of security features, such as Accident Detection and SOS via Satellite, also present in more expensive devices.
Prices of the new iPhones start from R$ 7,599
like the mini line was discontinued, the most basic model of all now is the 128 GB iPhone 14, which will start at R$ 7,599. Anyone who wants a larger and more complete model will have to pay more than R$15,000.
Check out the values of new Apple cell phones below:
- 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.
The release date of the entire line in Brazil has not yet been revealed, although the MacMagazine has bet that the pre-sale of the devices can start next Friday (07/10).