Apple is known for being one of the companies most committed to revolutionize applied technology in devices for the daily and productive use of your customers. It has recently taken a leap with the creation of its own processors that are the beginning of a new future for the company.
Apple is working on improving the processors of its devices.
The new iPhone 12 released a new processor, the A14 Bionic chip is so far one of the most powerful and fastest processors that exists in the mobile phone market, outperforming its competitors and the expectations of many experts.
Analysis of the A14 Bionic processor tells us that it has exceeded the 7nm with which the A13 Bionic chip was manufactured, allowing it to be manufactured in a 5nm process node, resulting in a faster processor that consumes less power.
Apple has also bet on create your own processors for your computers, again applying the 5nm process to these as well.
Apple’s Apple Silicon M1 processor was recently introduced and became the most powerful chip in all of Apple’s history. It was implemented in a new line of Mac computers because Intel had a backlog in the manufacture of processors and this stopped the company’s launch of the bitten apple.
The A14 Bionic chip is the first mobile phone processor made with 5nm node process.
Processors with a process that gives more power
It hasn’t been that long since these launches and Taiwanese firm TrendForce has said that Apple has started working on a new process bring the next generation of processors.
Apple would be planning a 5nm + processThis would be a new process that would offer improvements in performance and energy consumption, far exceeding the 5nm process, which is the most advanced node at the moment.
In addition, TrendForce says that the A16 chips of the 2022 iPhones could already arrive under a 4nm process, opening a new way to the ability to carry out new advanced processes on mobile phones and exploit tools such as WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.
This advance could also be applied to the new Apple Silicon processors, taking the 4nm process to the internal chips of the Mac of the future. TSMC says these chips could arrive by the end of 2021, coinciding with information from TrendForce.