The information is not really new, but the fact that the analyst Ming Chi Kuo comes in turn to put his finger on it does not really leave room for doubt. Apple would plan to mark a real differentiation between its Pro and non-Pro models. A practice that would come into effect with the release of the highly anticipated iPhone 14.
According to the always well-informed man, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max would therefore retain the Apple A15 Bionic chip released at the same time as the iPhone 13. The 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max versions would integrate the company’s 2022 SoC American, the Apple A16. There would therefore be for the first time a difference in power within the same range of iPhone. Still according to Ming Chi Kuo, this change in strategy is in no way linked to any supply problems that may arise. It would be an assumed choice of Apple, which seems to want to make an additional distinction between its Pro and non-Pro models.
If we recap, the iPhone 14 and 14 Max of 2022 will therefore retain the notch, a 60 Hz screen, two photo modules as well as a one-year-old chip. Hopefully the price reflects these differences. With such a start to the technical sheet, these non-Pro models could be a good entry into Apple’s high end.