Wait for Performance Improvements
Expect the iPhone 16 series to come equipped with a new processor (likely the A18), but performance improvements will likely go beyond that.
It also says it will "support reduced latency and jitter for time sensitive networking applications including AR/VR, 4K and 8K video streaming, automotive, cloud computing, gaming and video applications."
Kuo's information has been backed up by Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu.
Pu also claims the base iPhone 16 models, presumably called iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus, will come with Apple's A17 Bionic chip and 8GB of RAM.
This has been backed up by a report from a user on Weibo who says the lower-end models will come with the first Apple chip specifically designed for the standard models.
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