Annually, Apple announces a fresh generation iPhone. The idea comes with a brand new design, sometimes not. Nevertheless the only thing we realize for sure is that the new iPhone will have a new chip – at the very least that has been the circumstance until now. The latest rumors suggest that some iPhone 13 models will keep the A15 Bionic chip with this year’s models. But why would Apple do that?
The well-known expert Ming-Chi Kuo described this month that just the sophisticated iPhone 14 Expert and iPhone 13 Pro Max models will have the new “A16” chip, while the mid-range iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Utmost models (the tiny model is supposed to be replaced by a new 6th. 7-inch phone) will be equipped with the A15 Bionic chip.
Kuo’s report with independent sources, which also claim that two of this year’s four new iPhone models will be powered by the A15 Bionic chip, while the other two will have the lastest Apple Silicon chip. Both Kuo and 9to5Mac’s sources also suggest that all new iPhones will have 6GB of RAM, while at present the cheapest models come with 4 GIG of RAM.
And so this is actually the iPhone 14 collection will look like:
- 6. 1-inch i phone 14 with A15
- 6. 7-inch iPhone 14 Utmost with A15
- 6. 1-inch i phone 14 Pro with A16
- 6th. 7-inch iPhone 13 Pro with A16