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More basic RAM and major performance boost tipped for iPhone 14

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The iPhone 13 starts with 4GB of RAM, and all phones use LPDDR4X, despite the newer, faster, and more power-efficient LPDDR5 RAM being available for some time now.

By a new DigiTimes report (via MacRumors), the iPhone 14 comes with at least 6 GB of RAM. The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max will likely stick to the LPDDR4X standard, while the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max will be upgraded to LPDDR5, which should bring them similar to Samsung’s flagship phones.
In addition, only the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are tipped to be equipped with the new A16 Bionic chip, which may won’t be a drastic improvement over the A15 Bionic, but will boast Pro owners.
The iPhone 14 and 14 Max keep the A15 Bionic, which is faster than the chips that the best android phones although Qualcomm seems to be closing the gap.

The new A16 Bionic, paired with LPDDR5 RAM, could bring a significant performance boost to Apple’s premium models. That’s because, in layman’s terms, the faster the RAM, the faster the processing speed. Faster RAM increases the speed at which the memory transfers information to various components. That concludes our RAM 101.

6GB is the only option for the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, but an earlier report had said the 14 Pros could offer that also an option of 8 GB. The series could also start with 64GB of storage, which would be a downgrade considering the iPhone 13 mini comes with at least 128GB of storage. The Pros, on the other hand, can start with 256 GB instead of 128 GB.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will also likely show off pill-shaped and pinhole cutouts and a new 48MP camera, though they may still lagging behind the Galaxy S22 Ultra in one area.
The series will apparently be unveiled in September along with three watch models, including the Apple Watch Pro, which costs about $1,000 and maybe for a select few.

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