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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Apple would incorporate a 7-nanometer processor in the iPhone X next year


They begin to unveil the cards of the components that will take the next generation of mobile next year. Although it may seem soon, you already know internal data about the future iPhone or the future Samsung Galaxy S9.
Qualcomm has already claimed that they will debut a new processor dubbed Snapdragon 845, which will carry devices as important as the S9. But Apple is not going to be left behind, and even less against Qualcomm as the next terminal of Cupertino will have a processor with 7 nanometer technology when Qualcomm will remain at 10 nanometers. 

The A12 chip, more powerful than the new Snapdragon 845 on paper

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The jump of Snapdragon 835 to 845 will bring significant news as Qualcomm has declared, as a better bluetooth connection, lower energy expenditure and better performance, although it will continue to be built with a 10-nanometer technology.
Apple wants to go further, and make a difference, of course, with its A12 chip that would be the one that will play next year. This would be built with a technology of 7 nanometers, being much better than what they have proposed since Qualcomm. This is where we later see these superior benchmarks.
TSMC is the company that is responsible for making these chips for Apple and it is from here where this rumor comes from, where it is stated that they are already working on these new 7-nanometer chips for the next iPhone and iPad. What do you get with this? Basically there is more space in the terminal for other components as well as having a better power and lower energy consumption, something that is always sought after.
We must see how it develops in 2018, but on paper we see that Apple would carry a better chip than the devices of its competitors. Leave us what you think in the comment box.

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