Apple used to make sure that every iPhone presented at the fall event had an up-to date chip. The group from Cupertino in California will likely change this for the better. Ming-Chi Kuo, a highly respected Apple analyst claims that this is the case. Apple will launch the iPhone 14 Pro in September. It will be equipped with the A16 chip, but not exclusively. Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple insider, says that the A15 chip will be installed on the lower models.
Apple will likely introduce four new devices this upcoming year: iPhone 14 Max, Phone 14 PRO, and iPhone 14Pro Max. But only the two top-end models, which are the two last iPhones, will be interesting. These will, at least according to current information, get a new front design as well as camera upgrades. The iPhone 14 is a cheaper option, but inside and out, little has changed.
It would not be unusual for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus to have a different design than the upper-class iPhones. The iPhone X had many new elements and was available in 2017. It was still the same chip, the A11 Bionic. Bloomberg and several media outlets have since confirmed Kuo’s information. Now, the analyst has added one blog article. This decision is expected to result in the iPhone 14 Pro becoming a hugely popular product.
It was previously believed that the top-selling model would account for between 40 to 50 percent of all new devices. However, that number has been increased to 60 percent. This information is particularly new, as it will continue to be the standard for future devices. Although it was thought that the decision to “top chip for top iPhones” could have been related to the chip crisis in recent years, Kuo says this is a fundamental company decision. Reason: As Pro models are purchased more often, the average price will rise and Apple’s profits.