In addition to RAM upgrades (the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max would still feature 6GB of RAM, but on the other hand, Apple will use LPDDR5), it’s now believed that the base version could also come with 256GB of storage.
In other words, Apple is upgrading the base iPhone with more storage, with TrendForce explaining that despite these changes, the Pro models may not actually cost more.
“The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are among four new models to be upgraded to the A16 (TSMC 4nm) processor. Upgrades such as initial starting memory capacity increasing to LPDDR5 6GB and 256GB, primary camera moving up to 48 million, Face ID Design changes, etc., are expected to raise starting prices. However, under pres… (read more)
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