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The iPhone 15 series will debut this year from Apple. Currently, it appears that the updated Apple A17 Bionic processor will be included in the iPhone 15 Pro. The 3nm CPU technology from Apple supplier TSMC may be used in the A17 Bionic, which is projected to provide significant GPU improvements. An interesting fact is that the A17 processor may have a maximum clock speed of 3.70 GHz.
There has been a leak detailing Apple’s future A17 Bionic SoC, according to recent information from the account Unknownz21 (@URedditor). Six CPU cores and six GPU cores are said to be included in this new chip’s architecture. The newer A16 Bionic processor, which is used in the iPhone 14 Pro models, has six CPU cores and five GPU cores, in contrast. The A17 Bionic SoC’s highest clock speed, which is claimed to reach 3.70GHz, is a significant increase. The 3.46GHz clock speed of the A16 processor has been increased by this.
iPhone 15 Pro Leaks: A17 Bionic SoC Boosts Performance with 6 Cores
It was previously thought that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will include 8GB of RAM. However, based on the tipster’s knowledge, it looks that the iPhone 15 Pro models will retain the same 6GB LPDDR5 RAM capacity as their forerunners. It’s common for Apple to keep the specifics of the RAM arrangement of their iPhones a secret.
Apple’s A17 Bionic SoC is reportedly manufactured using TSMC’s most recent 3-nanometer manufacturing technique. It is anticipated to serve as the primary motivator for the future iPhone 16 series, which is expected to launch the following year.
The eagerly awaited Apple iPhone 15 series announcement event is reportedly scheduled to occur on either September 12 or September 13 of this year, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Pre-orders for the new iPhones are rumoured to start on September 15 if the information is true and the Apple iPhone 15 series is expected to go on sale on September 22.
An new story from 9to5Mac last week supports this plan, claiming that certain carrier partners have already prevented their staff from taking time off on Wednesday, September 13, in anticipation of a large smartphone announcement that day.