Apple’s iPhone 15 is expected to use 3nm chips in 2023

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Apple will start trying to include even more effective chipsets in its A and M-powered products starting in 2023, According to a recent source, according to a recent source. One of major suppliers of Apple is already working on the next generation of processors. 

According to rumors, TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) is working on 3nm-based processors that will be utilized to create Apple’s A17 chip, which will probably power the iPhone 15, as well as the M3-powered Mac models that are anticipated for release in 2019. 

One of TSMC’s largest clients, Apple has played a significant role in the creation of the chipset that powers the most recent iPhone 14 Pro models. Naturally, a 4nm technique is used in these.

In terms of the nm process, smaller typically equals better in the realm of processors. The spacing between transistors will be reduced and more transistors can be packed onto the processor die as the number decreases. They become more effective and powerful as a result. Or, at least, in general, that’s how it ought to operate.

It also becomes more expensive and more challenging to create since more transistors must fit into a smaller area. However, according to a source from Nikkei Asia, from where this information is derived, there appears to be a competition to be the first to market with 3nm-based chips, with Apple ahead of TSMC’s designs.

There’s a feeling that this cutting-edge processing technology may also be used to distinguish the iPhone 15 Pro from the standard model, much like how this year’s iPhone 14 has an older chipset than the iPhone 14 Pro.

That might result in the iPhone 15 using a 4nm chip and the iPhone 15 Pro using a 3nm chip for 2023.

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