Apple’s latest iPhone 14 lineup will be unveiled on 14th October 2022. With the launch date coming closer, leaks and rumors about Apple’s latest iteration of the iPhone have started pouring in. 

It is expected that 4 models will be launched, namely the iPhone 14, 14 Pro, 14 Max, and 14 Pro Max. According to rumors and leaked specs, the upper-tier models, namely iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, will feature the latest A16 Bionic chips. At the same time, the other basic models will retain the older A15 Bionic used in the last generation’s 13 Pro Max.

Interestingly, the pricing for the top-tier iPhone has been leaked by one of the most famous leakers and news providers in the industry. Anthony recently tweeted that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will start at $1199, compared to last year’s 13 Pro Max started at $1099. Samsung has also unveiled their top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra at $1199. It seems that the rivalry between the companies is also resulting in increased prices.

Although there is no official announcement on the A16 Bionic. Some leaked specifications have delivered us insights into the difference between the A15 and A16 Bionic. A15 chips supported the previous generation LPDDR4X and LPDDR5 RAMs. Comparatively, the A16 chip will support LPDDR5X RAM. So we can expect the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max to have LPDDR5X RAM. While the lower models will keep the LPDDR5 RAM. The A16 processors will have the exact core count as A15 with 6 cores. At the same time, the boost clock speed has been increased from 3.2Ghz to 3.45Ghz. The Antutu score of the A15 was somewhere between 830,000 to 850,000, and that of A16 is supposedly going to be more than a whopping 100,0000. A16 will also provide better single and multicore performance. The processing power and GPU performance of all Apple devices have always been a step ahead of Android devices. The latest generation of Snapdragon chips usually matches with a generation older Apple bionic chip.

Physically, changes are expected as well. According to a patent, it seems like finally, Apple is dropping the notch in favor of an in-display camera. Also, the huge camera bump on the back is allegedly being removed, and the sensors will now be more flushed within the phone’s body than in the previous generation resulting in the shrinking of the camera bump or the camera bump could be completely removed as well, all this is according to a patent. 

Except for the pricing, everything regarding the latest iPhone, for now, is based entirely on rumors. We are expecting to see more leaks coming our way as the release of the iPhone 14 approaches nearer. 

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