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This is how the expert thinks the iPhone 14 will be
Only iPhone Pro models get a new processor.
Apple usually releases a new version of its iPhone in the fall, but rumors about what the new generation of iPhone 14 will contain are still circulating.
One of those who used to get solid results in their forecasts is analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who now claims to know a few things about new phones via Twitter.
Along with the old new iPhone, Apple also used to launch a new generation of chipsets. And in recent years, both the regular iPhone versions and the Pro versions have received the same generation of processors.
This must be the end of it now, we must believe Ko.
He believes he knows that Apple will only offer the A16 processor in the Pro variants of the iPhone 14, specifically to differentiate the higher models from the regular versions.
In this case, it likely means that the iPhone 14 and 14 Max will have the same solution as the current iPhone 13 models, namely the A15 chipset.
Furthermore, Kuo expects the iPhone 14 to have a 6.1-inch screen, while the new Max version will have a 6.7-inch screen. In this case, it would mean that the regular models would be the same as the Pro range in screen size, and that the current iPhone 13 Mini would be phased out.
Which made the video a sensation overnight.
At the same time, Kuo also claims that Apple will choose two different working memory solutions on the new variants of the iPhone.
If the rumors are true, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will get 6GB of LPDDR4X memory, in this case an upgrade from the current 4GB that the iPhone 13 has.
The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to have the same capacity as the regular models, but they are said to have faster memory in the form of LPDDR5.
For its part, Apple has not commented on the rumors that Kuo has now brought up.