More Storage for future iPhones, Apple would have to take shelter in QLC NAND


For its upcoming range of smartphones come the following year, the Cupertino firm would have no other choice but to go for a low-quality memory Module that would support write cycles for a concise duration.

Higher Prices but low-quality prices for the iPhone 14? As per DigiTimes’s in media) information,   the iPhone 13 had only been launched a month ago. This means that before the iPhone 14 is released, so much can change in between, especially with the current situation in the globe where there is a shortage of components.

What is Apple’s endgame?

Point Check:  QLC NAND memory has a lot of benefits than the MLC or TLC technologies, especially in conserving a larger Storage Capacity and is cheaper than the latter.

Considering the ongoing semiconductor scarcity, which has negative impacts on flash memory, QLC memory remains the other alternative that will permit Apple to continue coming app with high-end smartphones with one terabyte of Storage  (in theory for now). If this is the case, then Apple will not suffer from much production costs considering that the organization would have to dig deeper into its pocket to acquire its future 3 nm chips from TSMC.

Whether the lower opposition of QLC modules to write cycles will be risky for consumers of future iPhone 14 remaining parts is not yet clear. For this situation, for designated use, the appropriate response is probably going to be a no. In any event, being less safe, the QLC memory won’t lose its exchange capabilities for quite a while. It will most likely give its first indications of wear solely after quite a bit of utilization, even concentrated. Then again, the iPhone 14 models that are more liberal away space should exploit more write cycles, clarifies WCCFTech

The source further clarifies that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro have effectively been the subject of specific trade-offs for their components. For instance, we recently discovered that their RAM is restricted to the LPDDR4X standard, while their Android rivals have been utilizing the more current LPDDR5 design for some time. This year, the firm additionally provided itself to Kioxia and not Samsung: a double choice that presumably permitted the new iPhone to be presented at a similar cost as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro last year.