Apple is set to introduce four new iPhones this Wednesday. We take stock of the rumors so far.
We are a few hours away from the presentation of the new iPhones and rumors are starting to multiply about the Apple brand phones. Latest, a rumor talks about the cameras of the iPhone 14 Pro. The most premium phone should have the right to larger lenses. According to “œils1122” very active lately, ensures, with supporting photos, that the protective shells for the iPhone 13 Pro and those of the iPhone 14 Pro are not identical.
Indeed, the model which should make its arrival this Wednesday takes up more space on its photo module. The latter is bulkier, which forced the protection manufacturers to add material around this photo block. But the iPhone 14 Pro is not the only one of the four models to be at the heart of the rumors. Indeed, many Apple brand specialists have recently reported that the brand’s new phones will be entitled to a 30W recharge. A real difference compared to the iPhone 13 generation which did not support more than 20W.
Note that, despite official indications from Apple, it was possible to charge an iPhone 13 Pro Max with 27W a few days ago. This result could justify a switch to 30W for all Apple phones.
An improved version of the A15 chip for the iPhone 14?
Finally, a third rumor focuses on its side on the processors of these upcoming iPhones. According to Tim Higgins, journalist for the Wall Street Journal, the next iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 “Plus” will be entitled to an “improved” version of the A15 chip.
The journalist explains that the brand new A16 chip will be reserved for “Pro” models but that the iPhone 14 will nevertheless have a different processor from the iPhone 13. In detail, this new chip would be able to improve the graphics capabilities of the phone by 25%. . If there was a time it was announced that the new A15 chip would offer an 8-core CPU, the Apple brand should stay on a 6-core system already present in the iPhone 13 Pro.
As a reminder, the next four iPhones should be presented by Apple this Wednesday at the “Far Out. Pre-orders should open a few days later, and the first devices will probably be received before the end of the month.