The latest report on the iPhone 14 series states that it could arrive with satellite connectivity options in an emergency. Recently, rumors have surfaced that Apple is working on a similar satellite feature for its Apple Watch.
The main reason for introducing this feature is to allow users to send a message or make an emergency call in areas where they do not have a mobile signal. It seems that Apple, in addition to the smartwatch, wants to implement this feature on its most popular product – iPhone.
Interestingly, it was speculated last year that the iPhone 13 series would arrive with this feature, but it didn’t happen. Considering that, we wouldn’t be surprised if the iPhone 14 series also omits this feature, despite the announcements of Mark Gurman from Bloomberg.
When it comes to the iPhone 14 series, will include four models:
- iPhone 14,
- iPhone 14 Max,
- iPhone 14 Pro, and
- iPhone 14 Pro Max.
What is most interesting from previous reports is that it could make a difference in the chip, which would be a big change compared to Apple’s decisions so far.
Well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo states that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be delivered with the Apple A16 Bionic chip, while the other two models – iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will be delivered with the same chip as the iPhone 13 models – Apple A15 Bionic.
It is obvious that Apple has been supplying iPhones for several generations with differences in favor of the Pro model, but this difference was never reflected in the chip, but in the camera, screen, battery, etc., but they were always powered by the company’s strongest chip.
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