On the day the iPhone 14 was released, the benchmarks of the iPhone 14 Pro have been exposed by overseas gods. It can be seen that the A16 is actually a “squeeze toothpaste” chip, and the improvement compared to the old model is very limited. However, everyone has been looking forward to the running score information of the two new models of the standard version of the iPhone 14, not to see the A15 score, but to confirm the memory size.
Today, the iPhone 14 benchmark finally appeared in the GeekBench 5 database, and it was officially confirmed that the iPhone 14 has 6GB of memory. This can be said to be a historic improvement for the iPhone, and it can also greatly improve the user experience.
However, the specific memory specifications have not been determined yet. Industry analysts have previously said that the iPhone14 Pro series will use LPDDR5, while the standard version can only use LPDDR4X.
These two are two generations of memory specifications. Compared with LPDDR4X, LPDDR5 is faster, consumes less power, and has enhanced overall performance.
However, although the 6GB of memory has been upgraded, because it is still an “ancient” configuration such as the old chip + 60Hz Liu Haiping, the current sales of the standard version are not ideal, and most users still choose the Pro version.
In addition, many users have chosen the iPhone 13 Pro series with a similar price but stronger configuration.