Apple Sole Supplier TSMC Begin To Produce A12 Chip For The Upcoming iPhone Models

At this year's upcoming fall event, Apple will release three news iPhones that is featured with A12 processor. And now, it's less than four months before the September launch. TSMC, Apple's long-term and sole chip supplier, has already begin manufacturing A12 processor, according to Bloomberg

This chip is likely to be named A12, which will use an more advanced 7nm process, compared to the 10nm chip on the iPhone X. According to report, the 7nm process will be 40% more power-efficient than 10nm, and the performance will increase by 20%. Basically, the chip will be smaller, energy-efficient, and deliver super powerful performance.

The processor, likely to be called the A12 chip, will use a 7-nanometer design that can be smaller, faster and more efficient than the 10-nanometer chips in current Apple devices like the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the people said. They asked not to be identified discussing private plans. Apple and TSMC spokeswomen declined to comment.

Finally, Bloomberg reiterated that Apple will release three new iPhones in September, one is the successor of the iPhone X, one is the larger 6.1-inch OLED screen model, and the lower-priced version that featured with LCD display.

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