Wait for Even Better Performance
This shouldn't come as much of a surprise, but you can expect the iPhone 13 series to deliver better performance than its predecessors.
According to Taiwanese research firm TrendForce, Apple is currently planning to utilize TSMC's next-generation 5nm+ process for its A15 chip. The A15 chip is expected to power the company's iPhone 13 models.
TSMC says the 5nm+ process, it calls it N5P, is the "performance-enhanced version of N5 and it will deliver additional power and performance improvement."
That should mean faster phones and even better battery life.
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