Some time ago we commented that The standard iPhone 14 would have current generation processors, the Apple Bionic A15something that could lead one to think that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max would have the same performance as the entire iPhone 13 family. However, according to the latest information we have, this would not be entirely the case.
As we can read in WCCFTechit seems that the Apple Bionic A15 processors would not be identical to those that we can find today in the current models, but it would be improved models with higher performance than those used today.
These performance improvements could also have something to do with the 6GB of RAM. that the iPhone 14 is expected to carry, superior to the 4GB of RAM that Apple’s current generation terminals have, so until the terminals reach the market, it will be difficult to quantify where the improvements will come from.
The new modem in the iPhone 14 is also expected to have lower consumption, something that would improve the autonomy of the new iPhone without the need to increase the size of the battery.
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