High demand for the iPhone 15 Pro pair is expected to be driven by Apple A17 Bionic. According to Taiwanese reports, TSMC’s 3 nm FinFet-built A17 Bionic chipset would enhance power efficiency by 35%. This, the new camera, and the USB-C charging connector will fuel iPhone “replacement demand,” according to insiders.
High demand for the iPhone 15 Pro pair is expected to be driven by Apple A17 Bionic.
According to DigiTimes, Apple is the only smartphone maker in 2023 using TSMC’s 3 nm CPUs. Qualcomm is investigating the matter, while Mediatek cites “expensive manufacturing costs” for not providing their remedies.
Samsung assured us they would maintain advancing its 3 nm process technology without sacrificing 130-65 nm nodes. The iPhone 15 Pro and Max will employ the A17 Bionic. These phones include periscope cameras, solid-state volume and power buttons, and a redesigned design. Because the EU forced Apple to eliminate the Lighting connector, the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will likely use the A16 Bionic and USB-C.