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Apple is expected to announce four new iPhone 14 models at its 7th Sep event, including a standard 6.7" model that has been widely referred to as the "iPhone 14 Max" in rumors. However, the device could actually end up having a different name.
As per a photo of an alleged iPhone case from Apple, shared by Twitter user "Tommy Boi," the new 6.7" model might actually be named the "iPhone 14 Plus" instead.
This would result in the lineup consisting of a 6.1" iPhone 14, 6.7" iPhone 14 Plus, 6.1" iPhone 14 Pro, and 6.7" iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The name "iPhone 14 Plus" could help to distinguish the device from the iPhone 14 Pro Max, and make it clear that the device is not a maxed-out model in terms of specs despite having a large 6.7" display.
Apple last used "Plus" branding for the iPhone 8 Plus in 2017. Since then, Apple has used "Max" branding for its largest-sized iPhones, including the iPhone XS Max, 11 Pro Max, 12 Pro Max, and 13 Pro Max.
As for the source, Tommy Boi accurately leaked some of Apple's new iPhone case colors last year, but it's unclear if the cases were authentic or replicas.
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