As we draw closer to the rumoured September 13 Apple event, more details about the Apple iPhone 14 surface online. According to the most recent leak by analyst Min-Chi Kuo, Apple will release the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max with the new A16 Bionic chip. The A15 Bionic processor is now available in the iPhone 13 series.
iPhone 14 Pro: Improved Specifications
According to analyst Kuo, Apple will utilise the A15 Bionic chipset in normal models, while the A16 Bionic chipset would be used in Pro variants.
This time around, company will prioritise the iPhone 14 Pro versions over the normal variants. For the same reason, the business will increase the proportion of flagship to non-flagship chips to 60 per cent. To meet the targets, Apple will adjust its marketing strategy, placing non-Pro iPhone 14 models second on the priority list.
Kuo backed up previous reports that made a similar assertion. It’s not only the processor; the Pro models are to develop significantly in other areas as well. To begin, Apple will omit the display notch on the iPhone 14 Pro in favour of a hole-punch and a pill-shaped cutout.
The iPhone 14 Pro camera module will also be larger than its predecessor. Apple is expecting to include a new 48-megapixel main camera that is 57 per cent larger than the Apple iPhone 13 Pro camera sensor. In addition, an ultrawide camera and a telephoto camera will be included. The LiDAR sensor is also claimed to be limited to Pro models only.