Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models may increase the amount of RAM from the 6GB in the Pro-branded iPhone 13 models to 8GB, matching Samsung's latest Galaxy S22.
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An eSIM is a digital alternative to the necessary SIM card for smartphones. It's a feature that has been popular enough up to this point, but physical SIM cards haven't been completely replaced quite yet. And this might not be the year it happens, either.
Ever since the first iPhone made its grand debut, smartphones have primarily been all about looking at a sheet of glass. It might be hard to remember, or impossible to imagine even in todays' world of foldable phones, but just before Apple unveiled its first phone, the industry had some pretty unique designs out there. And then it all kind of started to look . . . the same.
After years of waiting, and plenty of requests/demands, Apple finally introduced a smartphone with a 120Hz refresh rate for the display. Two, actually, thanks to both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max welcoming the new addition. And now it appears Apple's ready to share the wealth.
Later this year, Apple is going to more than likely announce a new iPhone. More than one variant, as has become custom. And two of those variants, the Pro models, are said to ditch the notch in favor of a slightly different design aesthetic.
A new report claims that two iPhone 14 Pro models coming down the pike in 2022—iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max—will feature a display with a punch-hole design.
Would a two-terabyte iPhone be overkill? We may find that out in 2022 when Apple is rumored to offer two terabytes of storage as a new option on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
As is par for the course, now that the newest iPhone is officially official, it's all about what's coming next. The cycle never dies! And today, legendary analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is hoping to keep the ball rolling at least for a bit longer. And this time, it's all about the display and camera in a future Apple-branded smartphone.
Now that the iPhon 13 lineup is officially official, the rumor mill can switch gears and really focus in on what's coming next. Like the iPhone 14, for instance. And sure enough, we've got a new report that aims to shed some light on what Apple may bring to the displays of its future handsets.
Apple's been predicted to launch a pro-branded titanium iPhone 14 in 2022 sporting a lighter, stronger titanium alloy frame than the current stainless steel frames used for the pro models.
The iPhone 14 Pro and the flagship iPhone 14 Pro Max, both coming as part of Apple's handset lineup in 2022, have been predicted to provide major upgrades in the camera department.