According to a rumor from DigiTimes published today, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will both include 6GB of RAM and a newer, quicker type of memory.
According to the rumor, the top-tier iPhone models would include 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM, which is quicker and more effective than previous memory standards. LPDDR4X is a feature in the current iPhones, and it is anticipated that this will also be true with the basic iPhone 14 versions. All variants of the iPhone 14 range will have 6GB of RAM, in contrast to the iPhone 13 series, which starts at 4GB of memory. In comparison to the ordinary models, the higher-end iPhones’ LPDDR5 memory will result in greater and more energy-efficient performance.
iPhone 14 Pro Will Have Faster RAM
Only the more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max versions are said to be equipped with the new “A16” processor, breaking with tradition. The upgraded memory standard was initially reported on by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in March, coupled with the information that the basic iPhone 14 models will continue to use the A15 processor.
About two months from now, Apple is anticipated to reveal the iPhone 14 during its yearly autumn event. This year, Apple is reported to have a busy fall planned, with the release of new iPhones, Apple Watches, and AirPods. According to rumors, the next iPhones will include several additional functions and improvements, including much better cameras, a potential new shade of purple, a replacement for the notch with a pill-shaped hole, and more. With this compilation, you can find out more about everything we know about the forthcoming iPhones.