We are still a few months away from the arrival of the new iPhone 14, but rumors are taking shape and showing what this new model could look like. Of course, it’s just speculation, since Apple has all the information (well) closed,
Even so, information continues to emerge, and a virtual model of what is to come is beginning to be created. Now, and according to more data collected, we know that there will be changes in RAM, but the SCs should not change much in this structure.
First, and from what has been shown, there will be changes to the alignment proposed by Apple in September. The latest model, the iPhone mini, is expected to disappear from the list of proposals, giving way to a new 6.7-inch model, now called the iPhone 14 Max.
Another change that seems to be a certainty will be applied to the RAM that the iPhone 14 will have available for users of this model. Apple has been restrained when it comes to placing this element, focusing on the minimum and optimizing what it has present for users.
What does TrendForce advance takes for granted the presence of more RAM, now reaching 6GB, an improvement over previous years. This new measure appears to be made available globally, that is, on all iPhone 14 models that are released to the market.
Even so, there will be changes in the types of memory present in the different models, even with the same capacity. From what is advanced, we will have the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max with LPDDR4X modules, while the Pro models will have access to LPDDR5 modules.
Also the present SoC will have changes, but here in a more measured way. TrendForce revealed that only the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will have access to the SoC A16 Bionc. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are likely to receive an updated version of the A15 Bionic.
This appears to be the likely lineup for Apple's September event. These are important news, but they show that Apple will be focusing on its top models, in a year that seems to be one of renewal and not of big news.