iPhone 14 could get a big battery life boost


iPhone 14 could get a big battery life boost here's how. Rumor has it that the updated chipset in the iPhone 14 could lead to better battery life.

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The iPhone 14 lineup is rumored to be getting a number of serious upgrades, and now it looks like there could be better battery life on the cards, too. In fact, Apple plans to equip new iPhones with a new 5G chip that could reduce power consumption while maintaining solid performance.

The scoop comes from a recent report by Taiwan's Economic Daily News which revealed that TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) has reportedly secured 5G chip orders from Apple for its upcoming iPhone 14 lineup.

The RF chips would be produced based on the 6nm manufacturing process, which could allow the vendor to offer a physically smaller chip, resulting in lower power consumption, without sacrificing performance.

Additionally, a smaller 5G chip could also leave more room for Apple to fit a larger battery inside. So, combined with better power efficiency, the described chip could improve the phone's overall battery life.

The report also mentions that the chip could offer support for Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, seemingly matching previous rumors and leaks. Compared to Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E connectivity is said to offer significantly improved performance with lower latency.

Based on Apple's four-year chipset supply deal with Qualcomm, Cupertino is likely to use the Snapdragon X65 modem for its purported iPhone 14 lineup. That's according to a court document from the deal between the two companies, which also accurately revealed Apple's previous plans to use the Snapdragon X65 modem for last year's iPhone 13 lineup.

However, Apple reportedly plans to ditch Qualcomm starting in 2023 and work on its own 5G modem, which likely means it could be used in iPhone 15 models. After all, Apple didn't buy Qualcomm's modem business. Intel for $1 billion in 2019 for nothing.

More recently, we reported that trial production of the iPhone 14 lineup is already underway, according to the Chinese site UDN. Meanwhile, regular Apple tipster Shadow_leak recently claimed that the iPhone 14 lineup will have a 90Hz display, which is lower than the 120Hz we expected. (The iPhone 14 Pro series is said to still offer 120Hz.) One of the latest leaks also claims that under-display Touch ID is also out of the picture.

The iPhone 14 is expected to launch later this fall alongside a range of other Apple product launches scheduled for 2022.


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