iPhone 14 may run on iPhone 13 Pro processor
According to a recent report, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will run on the same processor as the iPhone 13 Pro.
We’ve previously heard rumors that the iPhone 14 non-professional models will run on a version of the A15 Bionic processor currently used across the entire iPhone 13 line, while the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will be the only ones to get the new A16. Bionic chip.
Currently Wall Street MagazineTim Higgins cleared things up a bit. It looks like the iPhone 14 will be a bit more feature-packed than the iPhone 13, but only by switching to the iPhone 13 Pro with the A15 Bionic.
Apple’s current top models, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, are powered by the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini. The key difference is the 5-core GPU, rather than the quad-core variant of non-professional models.
By switching to this existing chip, Apple will be able to boast about a 25 percent improvement in graphics performance for the new iPhone 14 when it unveils these bright but deceptively vague statistics on Wednesday night. True, to be precise, it would be money for an old rope.
Assuming this is the case, this would be the first time that Apple has withheld its latest mobile chip from a new iPhone.
It is becoming increasingly likely that Pro models will be chosen this year. Aside from the chance of a noticeable performance boost, we expect the Pro line to feature an improved pill-shaped notch as well as a vastly improved 48MP main camera.