Apple expands the differences between Pro and “non-Pro” iPhone models this year
Apple will reportedly equip the iPhone 14 Pro models with the 4nm A16 Bionic chipset, while the non-Pro phones will be able to reuse the 5nm A15 Bionic SoC that resides under the hood of all iPhone 13 handsets. This could help Apple widen the differences between the 2022 Pro and non-Pro models. Most consumers have no idea which chip powers their phone and most don’t care. Reusing the chip could help Apple make the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max more competitive in price.
On the Chinese social media app Weibo. glass panels were reportedly placed in front of the iPhone 14 models
We’ve seen reports that even if Apple reused the A15 Bionic chips on the non-Pro iPhone 14 phones, it could still rename them (as they call the A16 Bionic and the new 4nm SoC the A16 Pro). to give). Apple hopes this sleight of hand will take the sting out of paying a high price for a phone that reuses the last-generation chipset for its customers.
There may also be: the long-awaited AirPods Pro 2 and three Apple Watch models
According to the report, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max should start at $799 and $899 respectively. Storage options can be 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB of storage. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max can be priced starting at $1,099 and $1,199 respectively. Storage options can be 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and possibly 2TB (although Apple usually makes such adjustments every two years, meaning a base option of 256GB and a maximum storage option of 2TB may not happen until 2023).
Also on the menu are the AirPods Pro 2. The long-awaited sequel to Apple’s premium TWS earbuds. The wearable can come steal-free, include next-generation Active Noise Cancellation and support Lossless Audio. The AirPods Pro 2 may also support USB-C charging.