According to a paid preview report to be released by DigiTimes, the chips that will provide computing power for the next generation of iPhones will be based on the 4nm process and will be compatible with the iPhone 12 and iPhone.
The 5-nanometer process used in the 13 lineup is more precise than that.Last year, Apple introduced the latest iPad Air and iPhone
The A14 bionic chip with a 5nm process is used in the 12 series. In the iPhone 13, it uses an enhanced iteration of the 5-nanometer process.
OutlookiPhone14,AppleAnd its main chip supplier TSMC is seeking to adopt a 4-nanometer process for the A16 Bionic, which may be the name of the chip that will power the next-generation iPhone.
The smaller process reduces the physical size of the chip and provides better performance and higher energy efficiency. A report from The Information yesterday stated that TSMC and Apple are facing technical challenges in producing 3-nanometer chips, which may be a reason why the iPhone 14 will adopt a 4-nanometer process.
A separate report earlier this year showed that Apple has booked all the production capacity of TSMC’s 3-nanometer process, which may make its debut in the iPhone 15 and next-generation Apple Silicon Mac computers in a few years.
With the release of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, we can now start to wait for what Apple has prepared for the iPhone 14 to gradually leak out. Although we are less than a year away from its release, there are rumors that the iPhone 14 will be adopted. One of the most important iPhone redesigns of the past few years.