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According to trusted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac† In a tweetKuo indicates that the standard iPhone 14 and 14 Max will remain with the A15 chipset that is in all models of the iPhone 13.

Additionally, Kuo claims that every iPhone 14 model comes with 6GB of RAM, with both the more expensive devices featuring the improved LPDDR5 memory, while the cheaper versions keep the LPDDR 4X present in the iPhone 13. 9to5Mac points out that in the past, Apple has given its more expensive models a processor with more cores or memory, but since the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C in 2013.

Kuo also predicts that the iPhone 14 Max will have a 6.7-inch display, which would mark the first time a Pro-sized display will be available in a cheaper, non-Pro phone. Kuo made a similar prediction in June when he said Apple may be working on an iPhone with a larger screen that would cost less than $900. Notably, the 5.4-inch screen size is missing from Kuo’s list, a possible sign that Apple may be phasing out the “mini” size.

Apple has still not officially announced the iPhone 14 lineup, but it is expected to make its debut at an upcoming iPhone event usually held in the fall. Of course, this didn’t stop the rumors, as Kuo already predicted a notch-less iPhone 14 with a punch camera and Face ID hardware hidden under the display.

On the Mac side, Apple watcher Mark Gurman has: once again reiterated its prediction that the MacBook Air (along with three other MacBooks) comes with a new M2 chip, which 9to5Mac reports could be based on the iPhone 13’s A15 chip – not the rumored A16.

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