Apple iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus key specs leaked ahead of launch tomorrow

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Apple iPhone 14 and Apple iPhone 14 Plus or Apple iPhone 14 Max will reportedly be powered by an “enhanced version” of the A15 Bionic chip. Apple’s Far Out event is just a day away and Tim Higgins of The Wall Street Journal has shared important information about the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 series. According to the report, the tech giant will use a better A15 Bionic chipset in the cheaper Apple iPhone 14 and Apple iPhone 14 Plus models of the iPhone 14 series. According to the reports, the standard iPhone 14 models will be equipped with a high-end A15 chip with five-core GPU that helps to get up to 25% faster graphics performance.

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For those who don’t know, the A15 Bionic chip powers the Apple iPhone 13 series. The Apple iPhone 13 Pro and Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max have a high-end A15 chip and the standard Apple iPhone 13 and Apple iPhone 13 are powered by the A15 chip with four-core GPU.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen reports claiming that Apple iPhone 14 and Apple iPhone 14 Plus or iPhone 14 Max will use the upgraded A15 Bionic chip. Similar claims about the Apple iPhone 14 series chipsets were also shared a few months ago by noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

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Last month, a report from a South Korean blog also suggested that using the old chipset could also help the company freeze the price of the Apple iPhone 14. According to the report, the Apple iPhone 14 will have the same launch price as the Apple iPhone 13. The report suggests that the move to freeze the launch price of the base variant of the Apple iPhone 14 is intended to boost sales. The Apple iPhone 14 is considered the most affordable smartphone in the Apple iPhone 14 series, as the company may drop the ‘Mini’ smartphone from its upcoming lineup.

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