No doubt the iPhone 13 launch coming in the fall! According to DigiTimes, the Taiwanese manufacturer TSMC stated on Wednesday the production of the next-generation processor that will power the new Apple device.
The chip called the A15 and will its manufacturing process started in May. The A15 will follow the same manufacturing process (5 nanometers) as the current A14 Bionic. As a result, a 4 nm chip is expected to arrive on iPhones in 2022.
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The absence of substantial changes follows Apple standards that generally alternate every two years and changes in design. Still, good leaps in performance are expected with the A15, which can be used on an M2 chip that may be present in future Macs.
What to expect from the iPhone 13?
Thus, the expectation is of iPhone 13 isn’t going to be very different from the iPhone 12. The design should be practically the same, with minor adjustments to the rear camera module, in addition to a small reduction in the massive notch.
The models will also be offered in the current sizes of the iPhone 12: a mini, with a 5.4-inch screen; two models with 6.1 inches and the other with 6.7 inches. The novelty is due to the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, which will eventually be delivered with a 120 Hz refresh rate, still unprecedented in iPhones.