Apple’s iPhone 14 leak reveals a startling speed increase

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This will be the first time Apple has given its new iPhones different versions of the processor. A recent leak may have shattered the premise that the variations between them would be insignificant.

According to iHacktu, Apple’s new A16 chip, which is reserved for iPhone 14 Pro models, promises a significant performance and battery boost over the 2021 A15 that is being preserved for non-Pro devices. Another reputable industry expert has endorsed the findings as well.

iHacktu reports that A16’s CPU and GPU performance have increased by 42% and 35%, respectively, over its predecessor. Since the iPhone 7’s A10 chip in 2016, which had 40% more CPU performance and 50% greater GPU performance than the A9 in the iPhone 6S, gains of this magnitude have not been witnessed.

There’s also an additional 2 hours and 10 minutes of battery life, with the iPhone 14 Pro models able to charge to 50% in just 16 minutes, iHacktu reports. For comparison, Apple claims that the iPhone 13 Pro can be used for 30 minutes at a time.

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Although iHacktu’s past performance has been inconsistent, this should temper expectations, but what really adds excitement here is the response of reliable industry insider ShrimpApplePro, who supports the figures. An anonymous source has claimed “primarily from LPDDR5 RAM, therefore it seems sense” that Apple’s performance has improved.

It’s a significant step forward in the right direction. LPDDR5 is 30 percent more power-efficient than LPDDR4X, the RAM used in earlier iPhones, and 1.5 times faster. Leaks say that the latter is also what Apple will employ in the regular iPhone 14 versions again.

It’s possible that Apple is ready to defy fan expectations, assuming the rumours are true. As a result of the iPhone 14 Pro’s enhanced design as well as its exclusive camera upgrades, Apple will have its strongest upsell case since the iPhone X launched with the iPhone 8.

It appears more likely than ever that purchasing a ‘go-Pro’ this year will require paying an even greater price. Nevertheless, judging by what has been revealed so far, it is possible that this will be a price that is well worth paying.

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