Here we are at the finish line, the iPhone 14 will probably be presented in September. As is customary at this time of year, rumors and revelations invade the web for our greatest pleasure.
What’s new under the hood of the iPhone 14?
Some sources explain that Apple reserved the new A16 Bionic chip for the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, leaving the iPhone 14 in the hands of last year’s A15 Bionic. However, new instructions posted on the ShrimpApplePro Twitter account confirm this thesis.
The iPhone 14 would have had an A15 Bionic chip, but it would have received a bit of “home staging” from Apple. The game will feature a brand new modem, there is also talk of more RAM and an architecture upgrade to improve overall performance. Another modification will affect the battery, which will now be compatible with 30W fast charging compared to 27W on the iPhone 13 Pro. Given the difference in power, don’t expect a revolution in usage. In comparison, the new OnePlus 10T has a 150W charge, allowing it to fill up in less than 20 minutes.
Another major difference will be the removal of the notch, a change that is again reserved for the iPhone 14 Pro. Pictures have also been released in recent weeks: