A video shared on Twitter managed to become the agenda in a short time. The video, which a user shared by saying “I installed A14 on iPhone 5”, reached more than 100 thousand views when it attracted the attention of social media. Allegedly, the user installed the A14 Bionic processor, the processor of the iPhone 12, released in 2020, to the iPhone 5, which was released in 2012. But some users disagree.
A new one has been added to the videos made about iPhones on social media. A social media user claimed that he plugged the A14 Bionic, the processor of the iPhone 12, into the iPhone 5, which was released in 2012. He also shared a video of this claim on his social media account. The user posted the note “I installed A14 on iPhone 5” in his post.
CLAIMS THAT THE iPHONE 12 HAS INSTALLED THE PROCESSOR INTO THE iPHONE 5
A different user commented, “It’s not even possible,” while another commented, “This doesn’t make the video bad, but there’s no way the grid layout on the A6 and A14 will be the same after all these generations. Not only are the chips different sizes, they also have different manufacturing processes, which means different power requirements, memory lanes, etc.” used the phrases.
The shared video reached more than 100 thousand views when it attracted the attention of social media. However, some users agree that this video is fake. A user wrote, “This video looks fake, the motherboard’s socket is not at all the same as the generation gap between the two models, the 5’s motherboard cannot support this type of upgrade.” said.
The owner of the claim in question is a Twitter user named fix Apple (@lipilipsi). In the video that the user added to his post, the A14 Bionic, the processor of the iPhone 12, seems to be removed from the motherboard. Allegedly, the removed A14 Bionic processor is added to the iPhone 5’s motherboard. After various assembly processes, the iPhone 5 runs the iPhone 12’s processor A14 Bionic. is alleged.
IS THE VIDEO FAKE? HERE ARE COMMENTS FROM USERS