TSMC starts mass production of 5nm A15 chip, iPhone 13 on schedule
TSMC has reportedly begun mass production of Apple's A15 chipset, which will power the iPhone 13 series. Production is expected to allow for a September release of Apple's next line of iPhones, despite chip shortages and COVID-19 spikes in areas with Apple-related factories.
Digitimes reports that demand for the A15 will surpass that of the A14. The A15 will use the same 5nm node as the A14, but Apple is rumored to use 4nm chips in 2022.
The iPhone 13 is expected to retain the size formula of the 12 series - a 5.4-inch mini, 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and 13 Pro and a 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max. The Pro models will have adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. The entire iPhone 13 lineup will see camera improvements.
Dont know what phddhsuensnd( can’t pronounce it) said , I second one thing why is apple not even putting in a 4ah battery the 12 had 2.8ah and 12 max had 3.65ah ! Why? How come Samsung can fit in 5ah and 4 ah in s21 ! Yes 3.65ah can equal 5ah batter...
- 08 Jul 2021
You should check your high res music with audacity to see just how much 'more' is actually there.
- 07 Jul 2021
Buy an LG v60 instead whit 1TB sd card.
- 16 Jun 2021