Apple’s improvements on its upcoming A15 SoC

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After the great success of the iPhone 12 series all over the world, Apple is currently focusing on the development of its upcoming iPhone 13 series lineup. Most importantly, we all are excited about the upcoming chipset that Apple will use in its upcoming iPhone 13 series. It is rumored that the company will use Bionic A15 SoC in the upcoming series and it will also be a 5 nm-based chipset.

According to some sources, the Apple ionic A15 chipset will be the 2nd Generation of 5 nm-based chipsets and will be an advanced version of the A14 SoC. This advanced version will reportedly offer performance increased by 20% and will be 30% more power-efficient than its successor.

The Apple iPhone 13 series was rumored to come with a higher refresh and this time it will be mentioned. iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will use a 120Hz LTPO panel that supports an adaptive refresh rate ranging between 1-120Hz.


Apple iPhone 13 Series Display sizes :
13 & 13 Pro – 6.1-inch
13 mini – 5.4-inch
13 Pro Max – 6.7-inch

Apple iPhone 13 Series Battery capacity:
13 & 13 Pro -3095mAH
13 mini -2406mAH
13 Pro Max -4352mAH

Apart from this 512GB will be the maximum storage variant for iPhone 13 series.

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