New iPhones are coming this September. Many leaks and rumors are coming out over the past few months. We recently covered the iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro will only get the new Apple A16 Bionic Chipset while the regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will ship with the old A15 Bionic chipset.
Now, a new report has come regarding the upcoming A16 Bionic chipset. We were expecting the Apple A16 to be based on 4nm architecture from TSMC but the latest report claims totally different thing.
From a fairly reliable source, but take this one with a big grain of MSG.— ShrimpApplePro 🍤 (@VNchocoTaco) May 26, 2022
A16 Bionic will continue to use 5nm from TSMC N5P. From the list I received from source “TSMCFF5”
Upgrades are slightly better CPU, LPDDR5 RAM and better GPU. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/lYebcki94F
The source claims that the Apple A16 Bionic will use the 5nm TSMC process. It will have better CPU performance along with improved GPU performance. There will be the same LPDDR5 RAM support.
As we reported earlier, new iPhones will get the Auto Focus feature on their selfie camera which we are getting on Android devices for so long. Likewise, the Pro models will get a 48MP primary camera whereas the standard models are rumored to have a 12MP primary sensor.
Talking about the display, you will get a 120Hz display on the pro model whereas the iPhone 14 and 14 Max is reported to have a 60Hz panel. Similarly, punch hole design will be limited to the pro models while the standard models will get the same big notch design as the iPhone 13.
According to rumors, we will get upgraded batteries on entire iPhone 14 lineups. However, there is still no news on its charging speed. All new models will get the same IP68 rating. Furthermore, these devices will be announced at the upcoming September event.