Apple will host a September event where it will showcase the iPhone 14 and Watch Series 8 smartwatches. Apple intends to seperate the Pro models and the older iPhone 14 models, as has been stated more than once.
The older models will get the A16 Bionic processor, while the younger models will use A15 Bionic processors. The latest data shows that the A15 processors will be faster than the existing chips in the new smartphone line.
Although there isn’t any exact information yet, Ming-Chi Kuo, an earlier insider, suggested that lower models could use the A15, or its modified, which would indicate an increase in power relative to current models. It is not clear whether this will be an overclock or a modification to the chip’s layout.
A large RAM amount, 6GB instead of 4, can be responsible for an increase in performance. This will likely also impact the graphics subsystem. The base model of the iPhone 14 could also get new modems, which will offer faster speeds and lower power consumption.
Kuo had previously correctly predicted that Apple wouldn’t present its mixed reality headset to the world at WWDC 2022.