Later this year, with the release of the iPhone 15 series, Apple plans to make significant modifications. There will be four different iPhone 15 variants, all of which will include Apple’s Dynamic Island cutout on the front.
Apple will restrain the regular models to keep them apart from the “Pro” ones, however. According to the most recent information, the A17 Bionic processor in the next iPhone 15 Pro models will be manufactured using a 3nm technology, guaranteeing improved performance and battery life.
The iPhone 15 Pro variants are anticipated to include a variety of unique features and improvements. For instance, current reports state that the gadgets’ titanium housing will increase their longevity.
Today, DigiTimes confirms prior rumors that the A17 Bionic processor from Apple would be built on TSMC’s 3nm design and will be included in the iPhone 15 Pro series. More than three years after the introduction of 5nm processors, Apple has decided to switch to a 3nm semiconductor for the iPhone.
Apart from performance, Apple is working hard on more power-efficient CPUs. Apple is developing its own 5G modems, for instance, which will be produced using a 4nm technology. The battery life of the iPhone will last longer overall because different processors use less power. Be aware that the iPhone SE 4 launch will herald the arrival of Apple’s first internal 5G modem.
The A16 Bionic chipset will be included with the basic iPhone 15 devices in addition to this. This is how Apple maintains the ‘Pro’ models‘ superiority above the entry-level devices. Don’t be fooled—the A16 Bionic is still a highly competent processor and is more than capable of handling whatever you can throw at it. Yet, the 3nm design of the A17 Bionic will outperform every other smartphone processor now available.