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The chip identification code CPID is now revealed!Suspected computing configurations of 16 unreleased iPhone/iPad models exposed

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The chip identification code CPID is now revealed!Suspected computing configurations of 16 unreleased iPhone/iPad models exposed

Apple fans have much to look forward to in 2024, as new information has been leaked regarding the potential upgrades to the iPhone and iPad product lines.

According to reports from foreign media sources, Apple’s chip identification code CPID information was obtained from an undisclosed source, revealing details about the chipset specifications of 16 unannounced new iPhone and iPad products. Among these leaks, it was discovered that the iPhone 16 series is likely to be powered by the A18 bionic chip, with four sets of t8140 identification code chips being disassembled. This aligns with earlier rumors that the entire iPhone 16 lineup will feature the same advanced chip, although differences in CPU and GPU configurations may exist between the Pro and standard versions.

Additionally, the iPad product line is also expected to undergo significant upgrades in 2024. The OLED version of the iPad Pro has been disassembled, uncovering four sets of t8132 identification codes that point to the M3 chip being used. The iPad Air (2024) is rumored to feature the M2 chip, based on the four sets of t8112 identification codes found during disassembly. As for the iPad mini and the suspected 10th generation iPad minor revision, it was revealed that they may be powered by the A17 bionic chip and the A14 chip, respectively.

Overall, Apple fans can look forward to potentially groundbreaking upgrades and enhancements to their favorite devices in the coming year.

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