Apple would integrate a better screen quality on the Pro models. If we add the ProMotion, the integration of the new chip only on the Pro models, the new design without notch, without counting the additional telephoto lens, we feel that Apple really wants to push for the iPhone 14 Pro.
The more the weeks pass, the more the iPhone 14 appears as a real change of philosophy compared to the previous smartphones of the apple brand. Exit the famous notch for the Pro models, better cameras, exit the Mini range, hello the iPhone 14 Max…
In particular, Apple would seem to really want to accentuate the move upmarket of the Pro models by offering its new A16 Bionic chip only in the Pro versions. According The Electric, another difference between the two ranges would arise. The quality of the materials used for the Oled screens should also differ, to the advantage of course of the Pro.
A Nerd difference, but a difference nonetheless
More specificly, The Electric writes that Samsung Display, Apple’s supplier for its displays, “will use its newest and most advanced materials for the upper iPhone 14 models, while it will use its previous generation materials for the lower models”. In detail, the iPhone 14 and 14 Max should rely on Samsung Display’s M11 materials set while the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will draw on the newer, but also more expensive M12.
So of course, it will probably be necessary to get up early to distinguish the difference between the screen qualities of the models, the iPhones being renowned for their screen quality. But if this information were to be confirmed, it would tend to support the idea that Apple would now bet more on its Pro ranges. Ming-Chi Kuo argued a month ago that the Apple brand had seen purchase intentions for the Pro versions increase as rumors of significant differences (on the chip in particular) emerged. So that’s one more reason to accentuate this trend.
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