Despite using the same A15 Bionic processor as the iPhone 13, the regular iPhone 14 devices will outperform the iPhone 13.

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, only the iPhone 14 Pro variants will include the A16 processor.

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman concurred in an April issue of his newsletter that regular iPhone 14 models are "expected to stick to the A15 from last year or a version of it."

This is in contrast to Apple's current policy of equipping all of the newer iPhones with the same processor. The A15 processor, for example, is found in all iPhone 13 variants

Despite having "some older hardware," non-Pro iPhone 14 models will "still offer an overall performance gain over the iPhone 13 series," according to Apple.

ShrimpApplePro stated this in a tweet. This is supposedly owing to, among other things, a new cellular modem and a new interior architecture.

Other enhancements might include greater memory, with all iPhone 14 models rumoured to include 6GB of RAM, which is 2GB more than the iPhone 13.

The new, more efficient modem in the iPhone 14 is projected to be physically smaller, use less power, and provide a high level of performance.

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