Apple A17 Bionic to drive high demand for iPhone 15 Pro devices

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Reports from Taiwan revealed that Apple is expecting a 35% improvement in power efficiency from the A17 Bionic chipset, which is reportedly built by TSMC on the 3nm FinFet process. Insiders revealed that this will be a key feature that will drive “replacement demand” among iPhone users, along with the new camera and USB-C charging port.

Apple has reportedly bought the entire first production run of TSMC’s 3nm chips, meaning it will be the only smartphone company with such a chipset in 2023. Qualcomm and Mediatek won’t be developing their own solutions for now, with Mediatek citing “high production costs ” while the American company stands back and assesses the situation.

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Apple is expected to use the A17 Bionic for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. These phones also come with an updated design, a periscope camera, and solid-state volume and power buttons.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are likely to stick with the A16 Bionic, though they’ll also get the USB-C treatment after the EU effectively forced Apple to ditch the lighting port.

Source | Via

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