Update: ShrimpApplePro has retweeted a tweet of theirs from 2021 which implied the iPhone 14 Pro might have one large pill-shaped cutout instead of two cutouts. We wonder if Apple has settled on this design as the 2021 tweet lines up with a fresh Weibo leak that suggests the same.

The original story continues below.

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iPhone 14 rumors are showing no signs of slowing down. Just this morning, esteemed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max might feature a better ultra-wide angle camera than their predecessors and now a rumor that has come from Weibo and has been endorsed by leaker ShrimpApplePro has dished out some intel regarding the lineup’s RAM capacity.
The iPhone 13 starts at 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, whereas the Pros come with 6GB of RAM. Apple doesn’t officially disclose how much RAM its phones have though.
According to today’s rumor, which apparently comes from someone working at the iPhone assembler Foxconn, all iPhone models will ship with 6GB of RAM, shutting down reports that had said the Pros could come with 8GB of RAM.

The Pro will still likely get upgraded RAM in the form of the faster and more power-efficient LPDDR5 memory though, whereas the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max will retain the LPDDR4 standard.

The rumor also says that the Pros will come in a white box and not a black package as they currently do.

The leaker has also included a render of the iPhone 14 Pro, which will allegedly ditch the notch for pill and hole cutouts but it doesn’t align with previously leaked images that had indicated there would be a little gap between the two cutouts. 

It could be that this is a hastily put together image and what’s worth paying attention to is that the leaker says that the cutouts look a little out of place on the smaller iPhone 14 Pro.

Lastly, they have also shared an image of the sticker that will be placed on the iPhone 14 Pro box.

Per earlier rumors, the iPhone 14 might start with 64GB of storage, while the Pros will continue to start with 128GB of storage. The standard models will probably be armed with last year’s A15 Bionic chip and the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will be powered by the A16. Apple will reveal the phones on September 7 and reports and a survey suggest they will easily become the best phones of 2022.

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