iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max will still offer performance boost over iPhone 13 despite A15 processor

is expected to unveil its iPhone 14 lineup in September. The next-generation flagship series will comprise the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Earlier in March this year, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that only the Pro models would come with Apple’s next-generation A16 processor. This meant that the non-Pro variants would stick with last year’s chipset. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman also agreed to the rumour. 

In a new development, a leaker named ShrimpApplePro said that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will still have better performance compared to the iPhone 13 series. This is despite both the upcoming offerings being powered by the A15 processor that is found in the iPhone 13 lineup. The non-Pro iPhone 14 will still offer an overall performance boost over their predecessors. This is said to be due to a new cellular modem, new internal design, and other changes etc. The other improvements are tipped to be 6GB RAM which is 2GB more than the iPhone 13 lineup as well as a new and more efficient modem that is said to be smaller, use less power, and offer high performance. 


To date, has followed a strategy of equipping all of its latest iPhones with the same chipset. The ongoing chip shortages are said to have contributed to Apple’s decision in limiting the iPhone 14 and 14 Max to the A15 processor. 

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