The iPhone 15 is just now available for pre-order, but rumors are already swirling about what Apple plans to do with its future flagship phones. According to leaks, the iPhone 16, which launches in 2024, could receive the most significant performance increase in non-Pro models.
Technology analyst Jeff Pu has suggested that the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will have higher processing power thanks to the introduction of the A17 Pro chip. In addition, these models will also feature a significant improvement in RAM, with 8GB will allow them to tackle larger and more complex tasks more efficiently.
Leaked information suggests that standard iPhone models will see their first RAM upgrade since the iPhone 13, which introduced 6GB of RAM. The Pu report mentioned by MacRumors also suggests that the Pro models of the iPhone 16 could use the A18 Pro chip.
An improvement is expected not only in the internal components, but also in the chipset manufacturing process. It has been reported that Apple will use TSMC’s N3E process to make the chipsets for the next iPhones. This process offers advantages over the N3B process used in the iPhone 15 Pro models, such as: B. higher transistor density and extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography layers for improved performance.
The introduction of this technology in the iPhone 16 series is intended to enable more complex machine learning tasks, handle high-quality applications and more demanding games. Apple’s focus on performance and user experience continues to drive innovation in its flagship devices.
Due to the alleged improvements in performance and RAM, the iPhone 16 series has the potential to become the preferred choice for those looking for a device that can handle even the most demanding tasks with ease.