The new A16 chip, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at TF International Securities, may only be found in the iPhone 14 Pro variants that are expected to be released in September, 9to5Mac said.
In a statement, he claimed that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will continue to use the A15 processors.
As previously reported, the LPDDR5 memory on all iPhone 14 models will be enhanced to 6GB of RAM, according to Kuo. LPDDR 4X will be included in the iPhone 13’s lower-priced models.
These kinds of discrepancies are nothing new. For example, the A15 chip in the iPhone 13 Pro previously had more RAM and GPU cores than the A15 chip in the iPhone 13.
A Pro-sized display of 6.7 inches is being planned for the iPhone 14 Max, which will be the first non-Pro phone to include it. This could signify that the “mini” screen is no longer available.
While the iPhone 14 lineup hasn’t been released yet, rumors are circulating about the new features. Rumors about a notch-free iPhone 14 have surfaced before. A new iPhone lineup is scheduled to be unveiled at an upcoming presentation.