Over the past year, Apple launched the Bionic A12 processor chip, which is based on the first TSMC 7nm manufacturing process. This year, the company plans to launch a new A13 chip that is also based on the 7nm process, but will be better optimized. The A13 chip is expected to have a 20% increase in chip density and 6-12% energy savings over the previous generation. Therefore, it can be said that the performance of the iPhone 2019 generation will not have major breakthroughs compared to the current iPhone XS. iPhone 2018 set itself apart from the competition with the performance of its 7nm A12 bionic chips. During this year TSMC, Apple’s supplier will use Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV) to produce the 7nm A13 chips and next year make the transition to 5nm with SOC A14.
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