Apple’s iPhone 14 / Pro series was released recently, which is basically consistent with the previous rumors. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have ushered in a major change and are equipped with A16 chips.
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have not changed much, and the processor is still A15 or A15 enhanced version.
According to the Apple mobile device model code released by the latest beta version of Apple Xcode, the iPhone14 series model code is as follows:
iPhone 14: iPhone 14, 7
iPhone 14 Plus: iPhone 14, 8
iPhone 14 Pro: iPhone 15, 2
iPhone 14 Pro Max: iPhone 15, 3
Among them, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have the same model code as the iPhone 13/Pro series, which belong to the “iPhone14” generation.
In fact, this is not surprising. According to Apple’s model code rules, models equipped with the same generation of processors, the model code belongs to the same generation. For example, the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c, although they were released a year apart, are both equipped with A6 chips, so the model codes are both “iPhone5” series.
In the future, we will also see iPhone 14, 7 (iPhone 14) and iPhone 14, 8 (iPhone 14 Plus) in performance testing, development and other scenarios.
Apple’s iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus keep most of the iPhone 13’s design — including the notch for the phone’s selfie camera and Face ID sensor, and it’s available in midnight, purple, starlight, red, and blue .
Both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are equipped with a stronger A15 bionic chip than last year’s iPhone 13. The upgrade point is that the GPU has been upgraded from a 4-core to a 5-core full-blooded version, which makes the images of video apps and high-performance games smoother. In addition, its 6-core CPU can handle extremely performance-demanding tasks smoothly and efficiently, and the 16-core neural network engine can perform 15.8 trillion operations per second, which can speed up the operation speed of third-party apps and machine learning in iOS 16.