iPhone 14 Pro models may be the only gadgets to obtain the brand-new A16 chip
Kuo anticipates just the iPhone 14 Pro and also 14 Pro Max will obtain the brand-new A16 chipset
The iPhone 14 Pro and also 14 Pro Max might be the only models in the approaching lineup to carry a new A16 chip, according to reputable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (by means of 9to5Mac). In a tweet, Kuo suggests that the basic iPhone 14 and 14 Max will certainly be entrusted to the A15 chipset that comes in all models of the apple iphone 13.
In addition, Kuo claims every iPhone 14 design will certainly come with 6GB of RAM, with both higher-end tools featuring the upgraded LPDDR5 memory, while the cheaper versions preserve the LPDDR 4X existing in the iPhone 13. As 9to5Mac explains, Apple has, in the past, provided its extra expensive designs a cpu with more cores or memory, yet hasn’t made use of 2 entirely various cpus to draw a line between conventional and also costs considering that the launch of the apple iphone five as well as 5C in 2013.
Kuo additionally anticipates the apple iphone 14 Max will have a 6.7-inch screen, which would certainly mark the very first time that a Pro-size screen is available in a more affordable, non-Pro phone. Kuo made a similar prediction back in June when he stated Apple may be servicing an iPhone with a larger display screen that would set you back under $900. Notably, the 5.4-inch screen dimension is missing from Kuo’s checklist, a potential indication that Apple may be terminating the “mini” dimension.
Apple still hasn’t formally introduced the iPhone 14 lineup, yet it’s anticipated to make its debut at an upcoming apple iphone event that’s generally held in the autumn. This undoubtedly hasn’t stopped reports from swirling, with Kuo currently forecasting a notch-less apple iphone 14 with a hole-punch electronic camera and Face ID hardware hidden under its display.
On the Mac side of things, Apple viewer Mark Gurman has once more restated his prediction that the MacBook Air (along with 3 other MacBooks) will include a new M2 chip, which 9to5Mac reports could be based on the iPhone 13’s A15 chip– not the rumored A16.