iPhone 14 may lose out in A16 chip upgrade, analyst claims

With one new iPhone SE launch out of the way, all eyes are on Apple’s next iPhone 14 models, but they may have a lot more in common with the iPhone 13 than previously expected.

Reputable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo states the standard models, including the iPhone 14 and rumored iPhone 14 Max, will keep the A15 Bionic found on its predecessor, while the Pro models will be equipped with a new A16 chip. However, that doesn’t mean the standard models won’t get boost in processing power. 

Spotted by MacRumors, Kuo’s tweet states that all four models will come with 6GB of RAM, with the iPhone 14 models having LPDDR 4X memory while the iPhone 14 Pro models will have LPDDR 5 memory. The iPhone 13 Pro models are already outfitted with 6GB of RAM, but the standard models will see a more significant upgrade, seeing as the the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have 4GB of RAM. 

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