iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro specs have been leaked before, but this latest report paints the most complete picture we’ve ever seen.
According to market research firm TrendForce (opens in a new tab) (via 9to5Mac (opens in a new tab)), Apple will launch four new iPhone 14 models this fall. And these are expected to be the new iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. But it looks like there could be a serious specs gap between the regular iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro.
TrendForce states that “only the latest processors are used in the Pro series”, which we call the A16 Bionic. This backs up previous rumors indicating that Apple uses the iPhone 13’s A15 Bionic processor in the iPhone 14.
That’s not all bad news, though, as TrendForce also says that Apple will increase the amount of LPDDR4X RAM in the iPhone 14 and 14 Max from 4GB to 6GB. This should increase performance somewhat, and it should be noted that the iPhone 13 is still the fastest phone based on our benchmark tests.
Rumored specs of iPhone 14
iPhone 14 Pro vs iPhone 14: Ready for Big Differences
However, based on our iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro previews, it looks like there will be plenty of other key differences that will make the Pro version look a lot more interesting. First, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are said to have a new 48MP camera, quadrupling the resolution from the 12MP sensor expected on the regular iPhone 14.
Additionally, the iPhone 14 Pro series is expected to get rid of the notch in favor of a punch hole and pill-shaped cutout for Face ID technology, so you’ll get a more full-screen experience when using your phone. new Pro phone.
Based on numerous reports, we also heard that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will have an always-on display. This seems to go hand in hand with a new feature in iOS 16 that allows users to enjoy widgets on the lock screen. So you’ll be able to gather more information at a glance without having to turn on your phone.
On top of that, the iPhone 14 Pro series will continue to enjoy some exclusive features that the regular iPhone 14 doesn’t offer. These include a 120Hz ProMotion display (for smoother scrolling and better performance when playing compatible games) and a telephoto lens for true optical zoom.
Add it all up, and it looks like the regular iPhone 14 can be pretty boring compared to the Pro series. So Apple will have to introduce other features to keep shoppers motivated to upgrade. The iPhone 14, for example, is said to offer an improved front-facing camera with autofocus. But we will need more than that.
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