According to Apple’s website, the iPhone 14 Plus was originally intended to be called the “iPhone 14 Max.”

According to recently unearthed references on Apple’s website, the low-end 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus was originally going to be called the “iPhone 14 Max” before the corporation abruptly changed its mind.

The iPhone 14 Plus is referred to as the “iPhone 14 Max” in two places on Apple’s website, as discovered by the Dutch blog iCreate. First off, the image of the iPhone 14 Plus models in five colours is referred to as “iPhone-14-Max-colors” in a support document that assists consumers in identifying their iPhone.

Second, alongside the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple clearly includes “iPhone 14 Max” with the iPhone 14 Plus model number on a page that gives compliance and regulatory information for the company’s products.

Phone 14 (A2882), iPhone 14 Max (A2886), Phone 14 Pro (A2890), and more.

Cellular 14 Pro Max (A2894)

The larger low-end model of the lineup was referred to as the iPhone 14 Max during the rumour cycle for the iPhone 14. It wasn’t until a week before Apple’s scheduled iPhone launch event that a rumour revealed the device would actually be called the iPhone 14 Plus, returning the “Plus” moniker for the first time since the iPhone 8.

The 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus and the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 both have the same features and cameras, with the exception that the latter model has a larger screen and battery. Apple might have believed that the “Plus” moniker was more appropriate for a larger version of the identical gadget with all the same features. Pre-orders for the iPhone 14 Plus opened earlier this month, and on Friday, October 7, customers will start receiving their orders.

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