New iPhone 14 Outperforms iPhone 13 Pro Models with Same Chip
New Model Boasts Lighter Weight, Improved Repairability, Longer Battery Life, and Enhanced Performance Compared to iPhone 13
Richard Dinh, the design director of iPhone, has recently expressed his belief that the base iPhone 14 model is a more efficient phone compared to the higher-end iPhone 13 models. He says that even though the iPhone 14 may seem similar to the iPhone 13 at first glance, it has undergone a significant design overhaul that brings several benefits. The improvements include lighter weight, easier and more affordable repairability, and longer battery life.
In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, Dinh explained that the better performance of the iPhone 14 is due to its reduced susceptibility to thermal throttling. Despite having the same chip as the iPhone 13 Pro models, the standard iPhone 14 models have more consistent performance, thanks to a new internal rearrangement. The design of the iPhone 14 now features a central aluminum structure that acts as a backbone, enabling more efficient dissipation of heat across the surface.
Additionally, the iPhone 14 features a larger main camera than the iPhone 13 Pro models, with a larger sensor, improved low-light performance, and a new ambient light sensor in the back. The new design also includes the company’s first four-sided stacked main logic board, which has condensed all the components of the iPhone 14 into a smaller space and allows for improved repairability.
Repairability has been a major concern for previous iPhone models, dating back to the iPhone 8. These models required the display to be removed in order to access any internal parts, but the iPhone 14 has addressed this issue by allowing the back glass to be removed, making repairs easier and less damaging. As a result, the cost of repairing a screen fault has nearly halved.
In terms of performance, the iPhone 14 Pro has been reported to outperform the recently released Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in both single-core and multi-core performance. According to leaked Geekbench scores, the iPhone 14 Pro is up to 21% faster in single-core performance and has a nearly 15% lead over Samsung in multi-core performance.
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