In a recent article, 9to5Mac believes that TSMC will once again be Apple’s sole processor chip provider. In addition, the A13 chip will use a 7nm process with a new technology called ultraviolet etching (EUV).
“Apple will continue to stick with the 7nm process because 5nm is not ready, but EUV technology will allow them to integrate about 20% of the circuit in the same area,” said Jason Cross of Macworld. This is the same technology used on Apple’s latest iPad Pro models.
Apple may also rely on some architectural adjustments to push higher clock speeds to increase CPU performance. So far, processor chips on the iPhone series have always been at the forefront of performance, and they will continue to advance to new levels.
“If that trend holds, we expect the iPhone 11’s Geekbench 4 single core CPU to be around 5,200. This number will beat any Android phone, and even most computers. thin and light portable, “Cross said. “Multi-core performance is more unpredictable, but can reach 15-16,000”.
The reason for being able to upgrade so much power is probably because iPhone 11 will integrate more AI features and data processing to serve users. iPhone 11 is also expected to not have many breakthroughs in design and “flashy” features. Instead, the product continues to promote the iPhone’s core value as a user experience.
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