The new generation of iPhone arrives in September and this time we can count on several important updates.
But what will change from iPhone 13 Pro to iPhone 14 Pro? We have prepared a summary with all the upcoming changes that start right in the “heart” of Apple’s new smartphone.
processor and performance
Undoubtedly the biggest upgrade from the iPhone 13 Pro to the iPhone 14 Pro will be the integration of Apple’s new proprietary A16 Bionic processor. This chip is based on TSMC’s 4nm manufacturing process and will be a significant change in the sense that the A15 Bionic processor is based on the 5nm process.
The new A16 not only brings better performance, but it will also be more energy efficient. Combined with the expected 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM, the new iPhone 14 Pro should be more powerful than its predecessor, which has LPDDR4X memory.
Both models will run the new iOS16. The only difference is that the iPhone 14 Pro will come with the operating system already installed while the iPhone 13 Pro will need to be updated. But, overall, both will run the same operating system and provide access to the same features.
Larger sensor, higher resolution
Another highlight concerns the rear panel of the new iPhone 14 Pro which will have a more prominent rear camera module, and the reason could not be better: Apple will integrate a new sensor with a resolution of 48 megapixels.
This is one of the most important updates from one generation to another, because the iPhone 13 Pro has a sensor with a resolution of 12 megapixels.
On the other hand, the new sensor also gives the iPhone 14 Pro the ability to record videos in 8K resolution. Many market analysts are also predicting that Apple will make improvements to Cinematic Mode as well.
But it seems that it will not yet be in the 14th generation of iPhone that we will see the integration of a periscope sensor. Such a spec might only appear next year and only on the iPhone 15 Pro Max model.
Screen with improved ProMotion?
Rumors are spreading that the iPhone 14 Pro could feature improved ProMotion technology. These sources claim that Apple will introduce an advanced version of this technology that will allow a variable refresh rate of 1Hz to 120Hz, instead of what currently happens on the iPhone 13 Pro which dynamically varies between 10Hz and 120Hz. .
This improvement in ProMotion technology means, in theory, that the iPhone would have an always-on display. It won’t be so surprising if Apple included this update, as the always-on display feature already works on the brand’s smartwatch.
With all of this news, Apple’s fall event is set to take center stage on September 13, the scheduled event date. Remember that it will be during this conference that Apple will unveil not only the new generation of smartphones, but also the new Watch Series 8, a new basic version of the iPad and also a new model of AirPods headphones.
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