Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 14 in September, and a report released claims that, thanks to a new 5G chipset, the upcoming iPhone will have better battery life than the iPhone 13 series.
The iPhone 14 is likely to include a new 5G CPU that will use significantly less power than existing chips while still providing excellent performance.
As per a latest study from Taiwan’s Economic Daily news (which was noted by TOI), TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) has received Apple’s 5G chip orders for its iPhone 14 series.
The RF (radio frequency) chips are expected to be manufactured using a 6nm manufacturing method, which will enable the provider to make a chip that is physically smaller, resulting in lower power consumption without compromising performance.
Because of the reduced CPU size, Apple may consider placing a larger battery in the extra space. The overall battery performance would undoubtedly benefit from a more efficient processor and a larger battery size.
The device is also rumoured to have Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, which delivers greater connectivity and lower latency than Wi-Fi 6.
According to leaks, the iPhone 14 will have a 6.06-inch OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and a notch, implying that the Pro models should be the only ones with a 120Hz refresh rate.
Nevertheless, if screen analyst Ross Young’s tweets are to be believed, the 14 Pro’s display will be devoid of the notch, which will be substituted by a punch-hole cutout. The IR camera array for Face ID will be housed in a pill-shaped cutout.