- Train Force report says “iPhone 14 Pro liquid assistance and iPhone 14 will be as same A 15 in chipset as the previous report”.
- Ming-Chi Kuo report the first to apply phone 14 accepted to launch with a 15 chipset this reason could be a shortage of the chief in the market.
Back in March, famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that the first two tiers of iPhone 14 (expected to be the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max) will sport an A15 chip while only the iPhone 14 Pro models will equip a new A16 Bionic chipset.
While the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 used the A15 chip, it did so with 4GB of RAM and a four-core GPU while the iPhone 13 Pro models used the A15 chip with 6GB RAM and a five-core GPU. Apple would rather focus its supply chain on producing the more expensive Pro models. Regardless of the reason, Apple’s A15 chip is no slouch with current competing chipsets, and having entry-tier iPhones with the chip will certainly not be a deal-breaker.