Iphone 14: what to expect

IPhone 14 rumored to feature 8Gb of RAM and other alleged specs.

 Reports have had it that the iPhone 14 has been set to launch in the third quarter of the year with

some, well, “extreme” specifications. Rumors about apple’s new lineup have been spreading ever

since the release of the iPhone 13 and its variants into the smartphone market but this is because there

are so many important features and updates in the making for these devices.

 I have cut out some of the top rumored specifications for you:

 

“NO-NOTCH” display

This one has been sending sparks flying for iPhone users. Apple has allegedly decided to get rid of the

notch and adopt the punch hole camera housing which has been in the Android universe for some years

now, and a pill-shaped cut out which will house the face ID components.

iPhone-14-Mock-pill-and-hole

 

Pro-motion Display

early iPhone 14 rumors suggest that all four iPhone 14 models coming this year could     

          offer ProMotion displays with refresh rates up to 120Hz, but it’s unlikely that’s going to happen.

 

A16 Bionic chipset

I don’t think this comes as a surprise to most users. So because Apple has always had this idea of

upgrading its chipset’s capabilities and giving it a new name, we should expect an A16 chip. I expect this

to be produced on a 3nm or 4nm process. Alongside the A16 bionic, Apple will use Qualcomm’s

Snapdragon X65 chip, which is the first 10-gigabit 5G modem with faster connectivity speeds and

connectivity improvements.

 

  RAM

based on rumors from the Chinese supply chain, the iPhone 14 will have an 8GB RAM variation,

          aside the 6GB version, just like the Galaxy S22 ultra. ps. some Android devices are already at

         18GB of RAM.

 

Camera Upgrade

Apple is to drop the usual 12MP camera system and move into one that houses 48MP cameras and

a periscope telephoto lens could be introduced and Video quality might go as high as 8K.

 

Charging

The iPhone 14 lineup could get rid of the lightning charging port, leaving the magsafe wireless charging

as the only available option. 

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