Prediction About Apple A16 Chipset

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Jakarta: The iPhone 14 which will be launched in 2022 is expected to be divided into two variants, the Pro model will be supported by the new Apple A16 chipset, a better camera and a different screen setup.

While the regular model will still be supported by the A15 chip, a 12MP camera and a screen with a bangs design. Apple iPhone 13 which is currently available in the market has shown an improvement in terms of performance.

Quotes GSM ArenaThe regular version of the iPhone 13 is supported by a four-core GPU, while the Pro version has a five-core GPU. In addition, the regular model has 4GB of RAM, while the Pro model has 6GB of RAM.





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iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are expected to be supported by the A15 chipset with a five-core GPU and more RAM capacity, namely 6GB LPDDR4X. Thus, both models will have more advantages compared to the models currently available in the market.

But about how fast the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are, Macworld is trying to conquer this question. The first thing to note is that the new A16 chip is fabricated with the TSMC N4P node, an iterative improvement over the N5P node used for the A15, but not a full generational leap.

The new A16 chip is expected to be even larger, with 18 to 20 billion transistors, up from 15 billion. The company will also find a number of improvements by switching to ARMv9. ARM managed to present a number of advantages, for example with the Cortex-A715 and X3 cores.

As already mentioned, this CPU has the potential to offer a performance increase of at least 15 percent. Apple is expected to keep the same configuration, with two large and four small.

Switching to faster RAM is expected to bring significant performance improvements, Digitime reports that the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will use the LPDDR5 type, offering 50 percent more bandwidth compared to LPDDR4X.

In addition, the switch to LPDDR5 type RAM is also able to save more energy in the boot process. However, both of these models will still carry 6GB of RAM capacity. Regarding GPUs, predictions are circulating that Apple will stick with five cores, aiming to avoid the chip size being too large or using six cores.

Regardless of the number of cores Apple will use, both are expected to increase GPU performance by 25 percent to 30 percent. Apple will also need to push ISP hardware and machine learning to handle higher resolutions.

The iPhone 14 Pro series is rumored to be armed with a camera with a higher resolution of 48MP and 8K video recording. It can also increase the Cinematic Mode resolution limit from 1080p to 4K.

Meanwhile, Apple will still be using Qualcomm models for the next few years, so the A16 chipset is expected to be paired with the Snapdragon X65. However, there is no information available about the modem that will support the regular version of the iPhone 14.

(MMI)

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