We're getting closer to the launch of the iPhone 14 series. It should arrive this year with never-greater differences between the regular and Pro models.

One of the main changes will be the processor that will power the phones.

Thus, all known whistleblowers announced that the regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max (iPhone 14 Plus) will arrive with last year's A15 Bionic, while the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will come with the new A16 chip. Bionic.

Now we learn the first details about him.

The current iPhone 13 series, which was introduced in the fall of last year, brought some small differences in the chip between the regular and Pro models.

So the regular models have 4-core GPUs, while the Pro models have 5-core GPUs.

Also, the regular models have 4GB of RAM, while the Pro models have 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM.

However, this year the difference in that area will be significantly greater.

It is noted that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will come with the A15 Bionic chip in a 5-core edition and with 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM, while the Pro models will come with the A16 Bionic chip.

Macworld has now released some details about the upcoming chip.

Thus it is emphasized that it will be created in the N4P process of TSCM.

The new A16 Bionic chip is expected to come with 18-20 billion transistors, compared to 15 billion in the A15 Bionic chip.

Also, it is said that there will be improvements with the transition to ARMv9.

Overall, the CPU can achieve a modest 15 percent performance improvement.

Apparently, the Pro models of the iPhone 14 series will get a new type of LPDDR5 RAM, but both will carry 6 GB of RAM.

As for the GPU, Apple is expected to bring a 25-30 percent improvement over its predecessor.

The chip will also have an IPS upgrade.