Apple iPhone 14 Pro, Pro Max may get new A16 chip, standard models to use A15 chip

Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 14 series around September or October during which the tech giant generally introduces its latest iPhone Series smartphones. Like the other iPhone series, the iPhone 14 lineup is expected to available in multiple variants. We have been hearing many rumours about the upcoming series after the launch of the iPhone 13 series.

Earlier reports suggested that the upcoming iPhone 14 series models will be powered by Apple’s latest A16 Bionic chipset. Now, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has suggested that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be the only models that will get the new A16 chip. That means the non-pro models like the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will run last year’s A15 Bionic chipset.

The A15 Bionic chipset is currently used in the iPhone 13 series smartphones. The A15 Bionic chipset that will be seen in the standard iPhone 14 models may come with some performance improvements.

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max will get the A16 chip, while the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max will retain the same A15 chip from the iPhone 13 series.

The upcoming iPhone 14 lineup is said to come with bigger RAM size supposedly 6GB of RAM, which is an improvement when compared to the current-generation iPhones that have 4GB of RAM. In addition, reports have also suggested that the iPhone 14 Pro models will have LPDDR5 RAM and the standard models will come with the LPDDR4X RAM.

Previous leak reports have also suggested that the Pro models will come with a dual pill-shaped punch-hole cutout on top of the screen which will house the selfie camera as well as Face-ID while the regular models will continue to have a notch.

Apple iPhone 14 Pro models is also expected to feature a 48MP camera.

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