iPhone 14 report just rumored major specs


However, this year’s technology might be used in a new iPhone, but the memory capacity would be increased.

In comparison to the iPhone 14 Pro series, the iPhone 14 doesn’t sound all that intriguing. And it doesn’t get much worse with this new report.

As reported by 9to5Mac (opens in new tab), Apple will release four new models of the iPhone 14 this fall, according to market research firm TrendForce. As expected, these include the iPhone 14, the newest version of its predecessor, the iPhone 14 Max, and the iPhone 14 Pro. However, it appears that the standard iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro will have significant differences in terms of specifications.


Think of it this way: The A16 Bionic is what TrendForce is referring to when it says “the latest CPUs are utilised.” This confirms reports that Apple will use the A15 Bionic processor from the iPhone 13 in the iPhone 14.

Although the iPhone 14 and 14 Max’s LPDDR4X RAM will grow from 4GB to 6GB, TrendForce also claims that Apple will raise the amount of RAM in the iPhone 14 and 14 Max. It’s worth noting that the iPhone 13 is still the fastest phone on the market, according to our benchmark testing.

iPhone 14 rumored specs

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iPhone 14 Pro vs iPhone 14: Get ready for big differences

It appears that the iPhone 14 Pro will have a number of major differences that will make it more intriguing than the standard version. First, a 48MP camera is rumoured for the iPhone 14 Pro and Max, which would quadruple the resolution of the iPhone 14’s standard 12MP sensor.


A punch hole and pill-shaped cutout for Face ID are rumoured to be included on the iPhone 14 Pro series, so you may expect a better full-screen experience when using the new Pro phones.

The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, according to various rumours, will have an always-on display as well. With the new lock screen widgets in iOS 16, it seems like this would be a natural next step. So you’d be able to get additional information without having to switch on your phone.

All of this is on top of a few other exclusive features that the standard iPhone 14 will not have. Some of its other features include an optical zoom lens for genuine optical zoom and a 120Hz ProMotion display (which enables more fluid scrolling and improved performance when playing games).


In the end, it appears as though the standard iPhone 14 will pale in contrast to the Pro series. As a result, Apple will have to come up with new features to entice them to upgrade. The front camera on the iPhone 14 is expected to include autofocus, for example. But we’ll need more than that to get the job done.

Our iPhone 14 hub will include the most up-to-date information.


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