June 23, 2024
iPhone 15 Pro series will be equipped with A17 Bionic chip next year
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iPhone 15 Pro series will be equipped with A17 Bionic chip next year

A few weeks before the unveiling of the iPhone 14 series phones, we are witnessing the release of rumors about their next generation. A new report claims that the iPhone 15 Pro series will be equipped with the A17 Bionic chip next year.

According to the rumors, the A16 chip is not going to make a big leap in terms of lithography and will only be used on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Therefore, the standard iPhone 14 models use the same A15 chip as the previous generation. In the past, Apple usually offered more RAM in the Pro models, but these products had the same chip as the standard models.

Apparently, with the introduction of the iPhone 14 series, this approach of using a chip will change, and of course, it seems that this strategy will continue in the next generations.

A17 Bionic chip, only for iPhone 15 Pro series

Apparently, Apple is going for the A17 Bionic chip for the 2023 iPhones; A chip that is likely to be produced with TSMC’s 3nm lithography.

 iPhone 15 Pro

This year, Apple uses the A16 Bionic chip for the iPhone 14 Pro models, and the other two models come with the A15 Bionic chip. according to the rumors, the A16 Bionic chip will be used in the standard iPhone 15 models.

With such an approach, the distance between pro and standard models increases so that users tend to buy more pro models. It can also be a way to justify the price increase of these products.

Apple is expected to use 6 processing cores in the A17 Bionic chip, including two powerful cores and four low-power cores. The graphics processor of this chip will be more powerful than before.

Probably, the A17 Bionic chip will have a more efficient energy consumption than the previous generations due to the use of 3 nm lithography. This reduction in energy consumption can lead to an increase in charging efficiency of iPhones.

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