Every year, Apple announces a new generation iPhone. Sometimes it comes with a brand new design, sometimes not. But the only thing we know for sure is that the new iPhone will feature a new chip – at least that was the case until now. Recent rumors suggest that some iPhone 14 models will keep the A15 Bionic chip from this year’s models. But why would Apple do that?
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