Here is the first information about Apple A15 Bionic for iPhone 13. Apple A15 Bionic mass production due to begin in the third quarter of next year.
Only a few days have passed since the start of sales of iPhone 12 smartphones, and the network has already received information about the new Apple phone, or rather about the single-chip system that will be used in it.
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The iPhone 12 smartphones are equipped with the Apple A14 Bionic single-chip system, so the next generation of the company’s mobile phones will be based on the Apple A15 Bionic. The China Times said the Apple A15 Bionic will be manufactured using TSMC‘s 5nm N5P process.
The mass production of the Apple A15 Bionic is due to begin in the third quarter of next year. Apple will do everything to avoid any delays. The company had to postpone the iPhone launch this year due to supply problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Recently, it was reported that TSMC’s 5nm SoC production lines were fully backed up by Apple. It is also known that nearly a fifth of the company’s total revenue comes from the Cupertino-based tech giant TSMC.
This is probably why Samsung was able to get an order from Qualcomm to mass-produce the upcoming flagship Snapdragon 875 SoC, which is also manufactured using a 5nm manufacturing process.
Manufacturers such as TSMC and Samsung have already begun working on more advanced technologies that use 3nm and even 2nm manufacturing processes.
According to another source, Apple iPhone 13 will receive 1 TB of storage. Lots of memory – for recording higher definition video.
hope y’all are ready for 1TB iphones— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) October 28, 2020
Well-known insider Jon Prosser, who revealed a lot of details about the iPhone 12 and other Apple innovations even before their premiere, hinted on his Twitter page about a significant increase in memory in the next generation of Apple smartphones.
This refers to flash memory, and it will be 1 TB – twice the current maximum. There is speculation that this is due to the ability to record 8K video – also a first for the iPhone. These videos need a lot of space (a 5-minute 8K 30fps video shot with the Galaxy S20 is about 3GB), and the top iPhone 13 will have plenty of it. The hardware capability of recording such clips will be provided by the Apple A15 single-chip platform, which will be produced by TSMC using an improved 5-nanometer process technology.