Apple’s processors have become one of the most important parts of its devices and every year the iPhone debuts a processor that usually sweeps the competition in terms of power . This year the same thing is going to happen and the A13 processor that will debut with the iPhone XI has just started production.
That’s at least what Mark Gurman has just published on Bloomberg, along with many other details about the iPhone XI. Right now production is in the testing phase but if everything goes well its mass production will start in a few weeks.
The A13 processor will be used in the next generation iPhone , again we will have three models: the 5.8 inch iPhone XI, 6.5 inch iPhone XI Max and a successor to the 6.1 inch iPhone XR. We already know a lot about these models and it seems that the design of both the iPhone XI and the iPhone XR has been decided.
The A13 processor will be manufactured again by TSM C, a partner who has worked with Apple in recent years and has achieved incredible results. According to the information, a 7 nm process will be used to manufacture the A13 processor, which I’m sure Apple will give a name to.
The main novelty of the new iPhone XS will be the arrival of a third sensor and this A13 processor will be in charge of controlling the three cameras of the device.
Apple takes very seriously both the design and the production of its processors and the evolution they are having leads us to think that their jump to the Mac is very close , this would mean many changes in Apple’s computers but it would make the company able to control everything much better without depending on Intel.