The first iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro pre-orders are in the hands of their owners.
The iPhone 14 series will be officially released in stores and online on Friday, September 16. While most of us still have to wait until Friday rolls around, it’s already that day in New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and more. Customers in the country have started receiving their new iPhones and have taken to social media to share them with the world.
A few customers shared a look at what appears to be the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max in the new purple colorway:
iPhone 14 Pro開封の儀！ディープパープルめっちゃ良い色してる！光の加減で雰囲気変わって見えるのも良いなぁ。 pic.twitter.com/4J8B3Zn7IDSeptember 16, 2022
iPhone 14 Proのディープパープル、暗めで落ち着いた紫で、角度によっては黒にも見える👍 pic.twitter.com/l9SFTCGUkWSeptember 16, 2022
New Zealand currently has no Apple Stores in the country, so all of its customers get their iPhone 14 models via delivery. Next in line are customers in Australia, but Apple does have a retail presence in the country, so we should also expect to see photos of customers picking up their new iPhones from their local retailer.
What are the features of the iPhone 14?
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max have improved screens and improved camera systems. It gets especially crazy with the cameras with the iPhone 14 Pro and its new 48-megapixel main camera, as well as its Always On Display and, of course, the Dynamic Island.
In addition to announcing the iPhone 14 at its “Far Out” event, Apple also unveiled the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch Ultra, and AirPods Pro 2. The Apple Watch Series 8 will also go on sale on September 16, along with the Apple Watch SE 2. The Apple Watch Ultra and AirPods Pro 2 will be released next week on Friday, September 23.
Now that it’s Friday, September 16 in New Zealand, Australia and elsewhere, customers around the world will receive their new iPhone 14 in the next 24 hours. It may not be iPhone 14 day in your country yet, but it will be soon enough!