News tagged: Apple A11
Early reports suggested that Apple's new chipset will have improved performance, but nobody thought it would be this good. Apple iPhone X has visited the Geekbench 4 benchmark and the results show that Apple A11 Bionic is the best chipset on the market.
Just ahead of Apple's official press conference, the Apple A11 chipset has leaked on Geekbench. While the first official results will appear in the following days, the benchmarking site reveals that the new chipset will definitely be Apple's most powerful chipset.
After announcing two new iPhone 8 models, Apple has also announced the iPhone X, an all-new smartphone that comes with some impressive new features. The main highlight of the new model is the new Super Retina OLED display that has a distinctive notch cutout and very thin bezels.
Just ahead of today's announcement, we have learned more about Apple's next mobile chipset, the Apple A11. Some of the information was leaked by developer Steve T-S, who found details in the leaked iOS 11 Golden Master and from what we can see, it looks promising.
Thanks to /Leaks, we have first images and videos of what look to be logic boards for new iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus handsets. The boards are made in early August so they should be final versions and while iPhone 7s lineup might not feature an edge-to-edge display like the
A purported iPhone 8 schematic has surfaced online a few days ago, indicating the possible design. Now another, more detailed schematic has leaked, but without any accompanying information on hardware, except for the Taptic engine and Apple A11 chipset.
After the initial issues with stacking components have been resolved, TSMC has reportedly started producing Apple's next-generation chipset. The Apple A11 will be made using the 10nm FinFET process and will allegedly power the upcoming iPhone models.
Next-generation iPhones are expected to launch in September and rumours say that both phones will feature the new Apple A11 chipset. The current Apple A10 is already dominating in single-core tests, and it isn't that far behind compared to other flagship chipsets, despite having
10nm manufacturing process is slowly getting more mature and companies are are starting to utilize it. Latest information reveals that Apple has started working with TSMC on the Apple A11 chipset, which should be the heart of many 2017 Apple smartphones and tablets.
TSMC is already the exclusive manufacturer of Apple's A10 chipset that will power Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 lineup. According to the Chinese-language Economic Daily News, TSMC has already secured exclusive orders for the A11 chipset that will power iPhone 8.
Apple's next-generation iPhone lineup is expected to be powered by the new A11-series processor and will launch in the second half of next year. According to DigiTimes, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has begun to tape out the design for the Apple's SoC