Chip manufacturers have received a large number of A15 chip orders for the upcoming iPhone 13 series.
Apple has sent a large number of A15 chip orders to some of the well-known chip manufacturers, according to the latest report from Digitimes. The new chip will be integrated into the next generation of iPhones called the iPhone 13 series, which will be unveiled at an event in September this year.
The Apple A15 chipset will use N5P technology, a second-generation 5nm fabrication process to improve performance and power consumption. It is believed that the new chip will boost at least 20% performance as compared to the A14 chip. The battery efficiency is expected to be increased by 30%. Apart from performance and battery improvements, there are some major changes in the upcoming iPhones.
iPhone 13 Series Models
Past reports have revealed that iPhone 13 series will bring a small notch for the selfie camera. This is going to be a big change in terms of design, which will give the phone a higher screen-to-body ratio. Apple is expected to retain the same screen size of the iPhone 12 series for the next-gen iPhones.
The iPhone 13 mini may get a 5.4-inch panel, and iPhone 13, 13 Pro may come with a 6.1-inch display, while the top-end iPhone 13 Pro Max may offer a 6.7-inch large display. Notably, the Pro models will offer a 120Hz refresh rate and LTPO panel which dynamically adjust the refresh rate ranging from 1-120Hz to save more power.
Recently, iPhone 13 series model numbers A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643, and A2645 bagged certification from the Russian EEC authority. The A2660 model is likely to arrive as iPhone 13 mini which was recently spotted on 3C certification with a 2,406mAh rated battery capacity. The A2656 and A2653 are likely the model numbers of iPhone 13 and 13 Pro Max which also appeared in the 3C listing with a 3,095mAh and a 4,352mAh rated battery.