According to a report by DigiTimes The three largest memory manufacturers in the world Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron Technology are currently preparing the production of memory for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. While the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are said to use the same Apple A15 Bionic as the iPhone 13 (approx. 830 euros on Amazon), customers can apparently expect a memory upgrade.
According to this, even the base model of the iPhone 14 series comes with 6 GB of memory, 2 GB more than the iPhone 13. However, DigiTimes indicates that the regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will stick with LPDDR4X RAM, the more modern LPDDR5 memory is reserved for the Pro models, which also have a RAM capacity of 6 GB. LPDDR5 not only promises a higher data rate, but also lower power consumption than LPDDR4X, so the iPhone 14 Pro should achieve significantly longer battery life in conjunction with the advanced LTPO AMOLED panel and the new Apple A16 Bionic.
in one second report DigiTimes writes that Apple has increased component orders for the September launch of the iPhone 14. The group is thus defying the currently shrinking smartphone market, which is not least due to the fact that sales of high-end devices are significantly less affected by the currently difficult economic situation. Apple is obviously confident that the iPhone 14 will sell even better than the iPhone 13, although the smartphone is said to be significantly more expensive.
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