Even with the Samsung Galaxy S21 launch just a few hours away, iPhone 13 rumors are heating up. And the most recent buzz round Apple’s 2021 telephones recommend that Apple might have discovered a solution to keep its efficiency edge over its Android rivals.
You don’t must be a lot of a detective to conclude that this 12 months’s iPhones will doubtless be powered by Apple’s A15 chip, following the a14 Bionic discovered within the iPhone 12 lineup. However a pair of experiences this week declare that the upcoming chip will use a brand new course of methodology that would enhance efficiency.
Based on GizChina and MacOtakara, Apple is certainly already engaged on the iPhone 13, which is more likely to characteristic 4 completely different fashions. And the A15 chip powering these telephones will reportedly use TSMC’s second-generation 5nm+ course of.
The A14 Bionic was the primary 5-nanometer chip included in Apple’s telephones, which improved each efficiency and effectivity from the earlier era. This time round, MacOtakara experiences that the A15 chip will characteristic higher energy consumption because of the brand new course of being utilized by TSMC, which makes the Apple-designed chips for the corporate’s smartphones.
The identical supply signifies that the eventual A16 chip set to debut in 2022 will doubtless be based mostly on TSMC’s 4nm manufacturing course of within the title of bettering density and effectivity.
Past the A15 5nm+ processor, MacOtakara famous there doubtless will not be too many variations between the iPhone 13 line and the iPhone 12 telephones already obtainable, past the general thickness. That’s by about 0.26 mm, whereas the iPhone 13’s rear digicam will enhance round 0.9 mm.
As is all the time the case with rumors this far forward of a brand new product’s launch, it’s finest to take any experiences with a grain of salt. We’re not anticipating the iPhone 13 to reach earlier than the autumn so there’s loads of time between every now and then for extra particulars about Apple’s telephones to emerge.