According to a new report, the iPhone 14 will use the A15 chip, while the iPhone 14 Pro will use the A16

The famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported in March that the first two iPhone 14 models. will contain an A15 chip, whereas only the iPhone 14 Pro models will contain an A16 Bionic chip. Trend Force confirms this information in a new report.

According to the Trend Force report, “Unlike previous offerings, the iPhone 14 Pro series employs only the latest processors,” as stated in the report.

With 4GB of RAM and a four-core GPU, the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 were equipped with the A15 chip, whereas the iPhone 13 Pro had six GB of RAM and five cores.

A chipset with more RAM and GPU power is believed to be used by the 14 and 14 Max.

As a result of the shortages in the supply chain, Apple is unable to provide the newest chipsets for its lower-tier models, choosing rather focus on its more expensive Pro models instead.

It doesn't matter if Apple's A15 chip is used in entry-level iPhones or not, it is no slouch compared to current competing chipsets.

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