The Apple iPhone 15 series is expected to launch next month and the Pro duo is said to feature the new A17 Bionic chipset. According to tipster Uredditor, TSMC’s new platform is based on a 3nm FinFET process. There are 6 CPU cores running at a maximum clock speed of 3.7GHz and another 6 GPU cores for graphics. In addition, the Apple iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have 6 GB of LPDDR5 RAM on board. Either Micron or Samsung or both are being discussed as suppliers.
Apple plans to use the chip with the model number t8130 in this year’s Pro models and the iPhone 16 series in 2024. Next year’s Pro iPhones are said to use the t8140, which is based on the A18 platform. However, it is still too early for details and technical data in this regard.
Uredditor already tipped the iPhone 15 Pro Max’s new periscope telephoto camera in May. He was also one of the first to report about new Wi-Fi 6E modules in January. He also confirmed a leak to the new USB-C port of the upcoming Apple iPhones. The universal charging port should be based on USB 2.0 technology in the base models. The 15 Pro devices will get faster USB 3.2 ports. Apart from that, according to the latest rumors, 256 GB to 2 TB of storage, stacked camera sensors and titanium bodies are under discussion for the pros.