The iPhone SE 2022 is Apple’s next entry-level iPhone, which was released lately. After the release of the iPhone SE, the smartphone world is now anticipating the Cupertino-based company’s iPhone 14 series. This year’s Apple iPhone 14 is expected to keep the Apple A15 Bionic CPU for lower-end models, but the Pro and Pro Max will have Apple’s upcoming A16 Bionic chipset. According to reports, Apple will not release an iPhone “small,” and the Pro versions will have a bigger screen.
iPhone 14 Series Was Redesigned To Have Bigger Screens
According to a rumor from 9to5Mac, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max could have a bigger screen as a result of the redesigned design, and Apple has reportedly improved satellite services for the series. According to early reports, the 14 series would not have a Mini variant. However, the iPhone 14 will be obtainable in two sizes: Pro at 6.10 inches and Pro Max at 6.70 inches, much as the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max. The 14 Pro variants will reportedly have a higher screen.
This, according to the report’s sources, is to fit the new pill-notch design, which is widely expected to be adopted for the next iPhone series.
The Apple A15 Bionic processor is supposed to be retained in the entry-level iPhone 14, while the future A16 Bionic chip is said to be used in the 14 Pro versions. In comparison to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max versions had a more powerful version of the powerful A15 Bionic CPU with additional cores and RAM.
According to the 9to5Mac story, Apple may employ this high-power variant of the A15 Bionic CPU in the basic iPhone 14 phones, while the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max would receive a completely new Apple A16 Bionic chip. Apple might rename the processor as Apple A15X, as they did with previous chipsets.