Breaking news: Apple iPhone 12 mini uses B14 chip, which belongs to A14 residual blood version
October 3rd 2020
Apple held a new product launch conference in autumn as scheduled. However, at this conference, the much-anticipated new iPhone 12 series flagship did not appear, and tech media speculated that this series of new phones might Officially unveiled on October 13th or 14th, there are four models including iPhone 12 (also known as iPhone 12 mini), iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. With the release time approaching, there is now the latest news. Recently, some sources have reported that the small-screen version of the iPhone 12 may shrink in performance.
According to the latest news from tech media, the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 (or iPhone 12 mini) may be different in processor from the other three full-blooded A14 processors. The machine will be equipped with a residual blood version. The A14 processor is named B14. Although the parameters of B14 have not been disclosed at present, it is nothing more than frequency reduction and core lock. It is worth noting that there have been many sources saying that due to the increase in costs due to the addition of 5G, the machine has already been reduced in 5G frequency bands and other aspects, and will also cancel the bonus charger and headset.
In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new iPhone 12 series will continue the full-screen design of the notch, and use a flat middle frame similar to the iPhone 4. The two Pro versions will have 10 bit color depth and 120Hz refresh rate. All systems are equipped with A14 processors based on 5nm process technology and support 5G networks. In addition, this series of new machines will continue the square camera modules of the previous series. Among them, two iPhone 12 series are equipped with rear dual cameras, while the two iPhone 12 Pro series will be equipped with rear three cameras and will be equipped with LiDAR sensors.
It is reported that the new iPhone 12 series flagship will be officially released in mid-October . At present, the major assembly supply chains are entering a state of intense preparations. The time for mass production will fall between November and December this year, which means that the majority of fruit fans want to It may take until December to get the machine. More detailed information, we will wait and see.
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