- May 4, 2020
Exactly. Apple would tout a new thermal cooling system.It was speculated but given that there was no mention in the keynote, I don’t believe so.
I thought I was going crazy when after seeing it not being mentioned anywhere, I'm pretty sure I heard them talk about it in the keynote(albeit super short). I looked again at the keynote to find it - and they did.Exactly. Apple would tout a new thermal cooling system.
Thermal imaging shows the 14 Pro runs a couple degrees cooler than 13 Pro.
A 30 minute gaming runs show it's much more stable.
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I noticed that my iPhone 13 Pro gets really hot to the touch when simply browsing this forum on Tapatalk- I imagine it's all the ads. Even doing that, the screen will dim at times.
I assume from what we see here, that it's not going to be noticeably different on the 14 Pro, given that it's only a couple of degrees difference?
See attached image of comments in the video. May be some sort of copper suggesting a vapor chamber but we have to wait for a more in depth tear down.
Really? I used to play COD high brightness on my 13 Pro Max it doesn’t get too hot for me. Whatever it is it will improving the heat so it’s good. Also Apple needed to do this as the Pro phoned can go to 2,000 mitts at peak outdoor brightness.Wondering the same thing, one of the features I was really hoping for was a vapor chamber cooling solution. My 13 Pro gets so hot when doing anything remotely intensive.
Apple doesn’t mention third party things on their phones Eg they use Qualcomm 5G chip they never mention that even tho it’s probably using the X65. Whatever it is it won’t make the phone hot as Apple said the thermals have been improved they needed to become the Pro models can go up to 2,000 nitts outdoor brightness without some sort of cooling you wouldn’t be able to do this.It was speculated but given that there was no mention in the keynote, I don’t believe so.