This rumor isn’t the first to suggest that the iPhone 14 will get an upgrade in RAM. It was also cited in a previous rumor about the iPhone 14 Pro. But take it with a grain of salt. After all, the iPhone 14 has already been rumored to get 8GB of RAM, so you can’t take this rum seriously. In this article, we’ll talk about the dual-cutout display, faster memory, and the thicker camera module.
All iPhone 14 models could get a RAM upgrade
Rumors have it that Apple will soon launch four new iPhones this fall, including the higher-end iPhone 14 Pro. Apple’s memory vendors are working hard to increase their sales of faster RAM modules to speed up the development process. According to a DigiTimes report, all four iPhone 14 models could receive an upgrade in RAM. The iPhone 14 Pro is said to feature 6GB of LPDDR5 memory, while the iPhone 13 mini both have 4GB.
There is a rumor circulating that Apple is going to give the iPhone 14 Pro a RAM upgrade, but take that rumor with a grain of salt. This has been rumored before, but Pu, who is an analyst at Haitong International Securities, is a reliable source. This new report suggests that every iPhone 14 model will get a RAM upgrade. If this is true, it means that Apple will be able to match the Samsung Galaxy S22 and iPad Pro.
Rumors have been circulating that the upcoming iPhone 14 will feature six gigabytes of RAM. While the iPhone 14 Pro is expected to feature LPDDR5 RAM, the standard model is said to have LPDDR4X. Apple tends to upgrade RAM every two years, so this rumor is not all that surprising. Apple has been upgrading RAM on its iPhones for several years now, last increasing the amount on the iPhone 12 Pro range.
Thicker camera module
In the recent rumors about the next iPhone, a new rumor is circulating that every iPhone 14 model will get an upgrade in RAM. Apple is rumored to be planning to increase the RAM in all iPhone models, including the iPhone 14 Plus. Those rumors are not confirmed yet, but are based on alleged leaks. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 might feature the same design, with the difference that the phone might be a bit taller. In addition, the iPhone 14 Max may sport a pill-shaped cutout rather than the notch that Apple has used on previous models. Moreover, it is reported that the iPhone 14 range will feature a camera module that is slightly larger than its predecessors.
Rumors are circulating that Apple may finally be introducing an always-on display for the iPhone 14. This feature, which was previously rumored to be coming with the iPhone 13, might be part of a broader lock screen overhaul for iOS 16. Although the feature isn’t expected to make its way to standard models, it could be a great addition to an updated notification system in iOS 16 or later.