iPhone 14 series specs leaked!
Apple iPhone 14 series will likely launch in September, 2022. However, the upcoming iPhone's specs have bee leaked.
It's been a week only since Apple has introduced iPhone SE 3 and new colour variants to iPhone 13 series, and the leaks regarding iPhone 14 have increased suddenly. It transpires, that the tech giant is likely to introduce four new models in the iPhone 14 series this year. However, there will be a big change in the variants that will be launched. The company will reportedly introduce iPhone 14 Max, instead of iPhone 14 mini this year. Yes, the iPhone 14 mini will likely be killed by Apple. Also, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (Via Macrumors) has recently hinted that the upcoming iPhone 14 models may have a 6.1-inch display, whereas iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro will have a 6.7-inch and a 6.1-inch display respectively. The iPhone 14 Pro Max is likely to have a 6.7-inch display. Not only that, he also suggested that the iPhone 14 Pro variants will sport the new Apple A16 Bionic processor while other models will rely on an-year old Apple A15 Bionic chipset.
iPhone 14 series to get 6GB RAM, not 8GB!
Besides that, the iPhone 14 Pro model is also likely to get LPDDR5 RAM while the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max would have only LPDDR4x memory. The LPDDR5 is theoretically 1.5x times the speed and is 30-percent more efficient than LPDDR4x. Meanwhile, the maximum RAM size is tipped to be 6GB only, contrary to earlier rumors that suggested an 8GB option.
Apple will reportedly unveil the iPhone 14 series during its September launch event. Going by the reports, the company has already started the trial production. Earlier, Emma Mohr-McClune, a Technology Service Director at GlobalData, claimed that one or more iPhone 14 models will probably have only eSIM support and Physical Sim slot will be removed. As of now all the existing iPhones have an eSIM support as well as a physical SIM card slot.
However, none of these rumours have been confirmed by Apple and hence, take them with a pinch of salt till an official confirmation comes in.
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