iphone 13: Apple iPhone 13 won’t be powered by a 3nm A15 processor: Report – Times of India


The upcoming iPhone, which would most probably be called the iPhone 13, wouldn’t have a 3nm A15 processor, claims a report by PhoneArena. The report is based upon an interaction with chipmaker TSMC, dispelling rumours about the upcoming iPhone being powered by a 3nm A15 processor.
As per the report, TSMC won’t even be entering into production of the 3nm chipsets before the second half of 2022, quashing rumours that it has expedited the schedule for the production of the chipset. Going by this roadmap, it may be the iPhone 14 and not 13 that gets to have the 3nm chipset. So, it’s going to be the 5nm A15 chipset for the iPhone 13 for now.The 3nm chipset is expected to improve the performance of the iPhone by 11%, and also the power efficiency.
Apple has announced the date of its upcoming event which is going to be April 20. In the Spring event, Apple is expected to launch the new iPad Pro, as claimed by analyst Ming Chi Kuo.The new iPad Pro is expected to feature a mini-LED backlit display.
As for the chip shortage the world is facing, TSMC says it is doing all it can to alleviate it, as per a Reuters report. The chipmaker has said that it is expanding capacity by acquiring land and equipment and beginning with the construction of new facilities. The company also claimed in an online earnings briefing that it is hiring thousands of employees for the same. The comments have come after TSMC reported a 19.4% increase in the Q1 profit.

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