The iPhone XI is already in development and promises to offer greater improvements over the previous generation iPhone. The A13 chip could take greater relevance this time by showing a better performance than its direct rivals, including, it is said that it can exceed the speed compared to some thin laptops.
The fastest chip in the history of Apple would have the iPhone XI
Part of the processes that have led Apple to have one of the most powerful microchips on the market is thanks to TSMC. It has become the main supplier of these components that have proven to be up to the task in terms of performance. It is rumored that the iPhone XI will mount a 7-nanometer chip with a new technology called EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography).
Relevant information on this technology related to the future chip A13 has been released by Jason Cross of Macworld, in which he states that EUV technology will allow 20% more circuits installed in the same area. He also hopes that the A13 chip has the same number of transistors as the A12X chip of the latest iPad Pro. The result of all these combinations could position the iPhone XI with a score close to 5200 (single-core) and 15,000 to 16,000 points in multi-core in Geekbench.
Most advanced artificial intelligence
Cross points out that Apple will continue to be driven to a greater extent by having a greater development in Machine Learning. The processing of images on the iPhone XI would be brutal, considering that the Cupertino have improved what we know as Neural Engine. It has gone from making 600 billion operations per second to reach 5 billion, eight times more times than the A11 chip.
The iPhone XI would triple that amount if they better implement the transistor ecosystem. Regarding artificial intelligence, he stresses that it is fundamental in the experience of the iPhone that goes, from taking better photos and videos to having an unparalleled augmented reality experience.
Many rumors are coming from today in early September, the iPhone XI will have to offer the biggest breakthrough in a mobile phone. Apple has been questioned lately, for what many of its competitors have offered. Mainly on the subject of cameras, the iPhone XI has a script to improve.