The iPhone 14 family will be introduced by Apple in a month, and for the first time, the corporation will introduce the new series with two distinct chipsets. The technology is rumored to follow the same course in 2023, with the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max debuting exclusively with the state-of-the-art A17 Bionic processor.
Given that Apple has a history of requesting large chip shipments, TSMC will probably be the provider for 3nm based A17 Bionic Chips. Unfortunately, these processors won’t be cheap, therefore in order to keep the price of its products reasonable, Apple will probably only utilise the most expensive components in the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, predicts Weibo user Mobile phone chip specialist.
On the Chinese microblogging site, the person also claims that the A16 Bionic, the same SoC anticipated to power the more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max this year, will be used in the standard iPhone 15 models.
Although the A17 Bionic’s specifications were not disclosed, it is expected that Apple will remain with a 6-core CPU design that features two performance cores and four cores for battery efficiency. Apple is surely pushing it all in terms of providing maximum performance in their flagship lineups.