Reports stated that after apple releasing iphone 13, Apple was already working on iPhone 14. There have been claims that there are going to be models with different chips but new reports claim that the screen might be taller on iPhone 14 Pro models due to a new design. The new models of the iPhone 14 also come with a range of satellite features that Apple has been working on.
information about the new iPhone 14 series
We are expecting rumors to surface that Apple’s newest smartphone, the iPhone 14, will not include a mini version, but instead be offered in the size 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch models. It is being said that the current mini model 5.4-inch will be discontinued.
Mid-range iPhone models have the same display resolution as the current iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The displays on the more expensive iPhones 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max (codenamed D73 and D74) may be slightly taller to accommodate the new notch + pill design.
Apparently, two new models of the iPhone 14 will be based on the A15 chip, with two other models utilizing a different new chip. That last tidbit of information is notable as it will result in a new iteration of the A15 chip which boasts an extra GPU core and 6GB of RAM.
Apple could use the high-end version of its A15 Bionic chip in the entry-level iPhone 14 models, as 9to5Mac also heard from our own sources that all this year’s iPhones will have 6GB of RAM. The company could even rebrand the chip as “A15X,” as it has done in the past with the 2020 iPad Pro’s A12Z chip – which is essentially the A12X chip with an extra GPU core.
As we’ve heard from letsknowtech’s own sources, all of this year’s iPhones will have 6GB of RAM. As Apple has done in the past, the company could even rebrand the A15X chip, which is essentially the A15 chip with an extra GPU core. Just as, Apple Watch Series 7 contains the same CPU as the Apple Watch Series 6, but the chips are labelled as Apple S6 and Apple S7 to distinguish it, due to minor upgrades to the SoC.
A few weeks before the release of the new iPhone 13 models, some reports suggested that Apple was looking into satellite communication for future releases. Although these features were never added to the new iPhone models, Letsknowtech’s sources said that Apple is still looking into this feature.
It’s unclear whether the company will be able to have this technology for this year’s iPhone release, but prototypes that can send text messages via satellite have been shown internally. That system is known as ‘Stewie’.
Apple 14 and 14 Pro are expected to be introduced this fall. We are keeping a close eye on what they have to offer, so be sure to check out our guide!
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