Apple's 14th-generation iPhone gets a new name

 Apple always keeps things simple. When it needs to launch a new product, rather than coming up with some fancy name, Apple sticks to something simple and straightforward. The company did the same thing with the iPhone Xs, Xs Max and Xr. The previous generation iPhone models were called the iPhone 7, 7 Plus and SE. Now that we’ve seen three new iPhones launched under the Xs moniker, Apple has decided to call its newest smartphone model simply as the iPhone 14.

It might seem like a small change in nomenclature but it holds significance about how Apple is looking at its future strategy for its flagship phone. Keeping things simple also helps consumers get an idea of which device they should opt for without reading a whole lot of fine print or dealing with complicated names. We are sure you’re wondering why the “newest” iPhone has such an old number attached to it… Let’s find out why!