iPhone 13 processor goes into production! Here is the date


Apple is continuing its work on the iPhone 13 series in full swing. The ADB-based tech giant will unveil its 2021 model smartphones in the fall. New details have emerged about the processors that will power the eagerly awaited new iPhone family.

The iPhone 13 series will be powered by the A15 chipset

The semiconductor manufacturer TSMC will allegedly begin work on the Apple A15 chipset in May. Once production is complete, these processors will come into our lives with the iPhone 13s. So what will the new iPhones promise in terms of performance?

Apple’s A15 chip will continue to be manufactured using 5nm technology, according to reports. There won’t be much difference between it and previous generation A14 processors. However, since TSMC will improve its processing technology, it will surely make a number of improvements in power consumption and heat.

Apple will not be able to use its own 5G network band on iPhone 13 series models. It is alleged that the company will only release this band with the iPhone 15 series. So this year’s iPhones will come with tapes provided by Qualcomm.

The iPhone 13 series will undergo a number of changes as a screen, according to rumors. It is claimed that even if the notch does not completely disappear, there will still be some small touches. This will add plus points in terms of design to new iPhones. On the other hand, there will be no change in the notch structure of the new series alone. In addition, the display panel that the device will use will offer an advanced experience. Apple’s new phones will support the LTPO display that came with the OnePus 9 Pro this year.

LTPO display developed by Samsung; Supports adaptive refresh rate from 1 to 120Hz. Thus, it will also significantly reduce the power consumption of the next generation of iPhones.

That’s all the highlights about the iPhone 13 right now. So what do you expect from Apple’s new phones? Don’t forget to share it with us in the comments.

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