Apple iPhone 14 to officially arrive on September 7, Maps to get ads

Apple iPhone 14 to officially arrive on September 7, Maps to get ads

In spite of supply chain issues and rising chip prices, Apple intends to introduce the new iPhone 14 family earlier this year, according to a generally trustworthy source. This shows that Apple has acquired sufficient hardware for its iPhones.

According to the source, Apple will introduce the next generation on September 7 and begin selling it on September 16. The Cupertino-based company would benefit from an additional week of sales, which is anticipated to improve Q4 financial performance. Since 2016, this reveal is the earliest.

Apple’s haste is probably related to an event in October. There should be enough time between the two events because some analysts predict that the brand will unveil new iPads and Macs there.

Apple’s intentions to add advertisements to its Maps are another intriguing development. Banner advertising will take the place of the sponsored search results and a new tab named “You Might Also Like” will be added to the App Store. The firm now earns around $4 billion from advertising annually, and it hopes to increase that to close to $10 billion.

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