Apple begins Mass-production of its new A13 chipset for its future iPhones: Report
With three-months ahead of the launch of the new iPhones, Apple has begun the mass production it’s most advanced mobile chipset dubbed A13. With Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the Cupertino tech giant has started production of the new chipset, which will end up in the new iPhones line-up that will be unveiled in September, this year. Likely three iPhones, which are technically the successors to the current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR models will be featuring this new A13 Bionic chipset.
According to a new report, people familiar with the mass production process has confirmed it to Bloomberg indicating the production of the new A13 chipset, which went to early test production in April this year. The report indicates that the new A13 chipset will begin as early as next month and eventually be featured in the trio of iPhones. The upcoming A13 chipset will be a true successor to the current A12 Bionic chipset, which powers the current iPhones. The latter has already proven to be the most powerful chipset Apple has ever made, and the new A13 will indeed be better as well.
It is believed that the A13 chipset will be featuring a better processor and we can witness significant boosts in speeds and battery life as well. As earlier reports suggested the upcoming flagship iPhones will be featuring triple rear cameras, henceforth, the new A13 will technically support the new triple rear cameras alongside the new upgraded Face ID and its sensors on the front as well.
The report further suggests us that Apple would also be including a new cellular modem for making calls and other power components in addition to the chips that handle graphics, Machine Learning algorithms, and AI-powered intelligence software as well. Furthermore, the new iPhone models are said to be codenamed D43 and D44 for the flagship iPhones and N104 to iPhone XR successor.
For the first time, Apple is said to be bringing dual wireless charging to the upcoming iPhones, similar to Samsung, wherein it can support reverse wireless charging for other wireless charging supported products that include the newly launched AirPods as well. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.