iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max: Apple’s next four high-end smartphones should each ship 6 GB of RAM under the hood. This is DigiTimesa media that is often well informed because it is close to Asian sources of underproduction, which has just announced the news in an article published on Monday.
The Californian manufacturer should continue to use the LPDDR4X technology for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, which is also found in the iPhone 13 quartet. For the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, however, this is the format LPDDR5 which would be preferred because it is more efficient and faster. With this, it is rumored that the A16 Bionic chip will also be reserved for the most expensive models.
Several suppliers to the report
According to information from DigiTimesThose are Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron Technology who would have been commissioned by Apple to prepare the RAM modules of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. This is not the only case where the firm at the apple works in this way: for its screen, the chaebol is for example also chosen alongside its historical rival LG and BOE Electronics. On the side of the photo sensor, there are also various partners whose reputation is second to none such as Sony or Jahwa Electronics.
For the moment, it is difficult to know more about the delivery times guaranteed by these players, however the delays linked to the coronavirus pandemic now seem to be behind us. The chip shortage, on the other hand, is still relevant and could be a problem for the iPhone 14 Pro. Some therefore expect them to be launched a little later, like the iPhone 12 in 2020.
In less than two months
As often, Apple should present its new iPhone during a keynote in september. For the iPhone 14 Pro, it may be October. During the conference, we should also discover the second generation AirPods Pro as well as possible first clues about a virtual reality headset. In the meantime, photos from third-party accessory brands or subcontractors could tell us more about the products in question: patience…