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Apple launches the fastest chip ever – A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process

The Cupertino giant today announced a lot of new devices and products to rejoice, however, their new flagship smartphone chipset is here called the A16 Bionic. Yes, it’s based on the 4nm process and as per rumours Apple has only reserved it for the Pro models this time as no competing chipset out there can match the kind of performance even the A15 Bionic has.

  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process

Taking this to next level the new A16 Bionic is no comparison to the current competition as per Apple. Now with up to 16 billion transistors, this is the fastest smartphone chip out there and thanks to the new efficient TSMC’s 4nm process.

Thanks to Apple’s ground-breaking engineering, it offers better performance with just one-third the power consumption compared to the Android powering chipsets. Now the A16 Bionic is able to do 17 trillion operations per second, yes, it’s that fast, helping the new iPhone 14 Pro to give incredible performance and does every job from photography to gaming everything so smooth.

  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
  • Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process
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Coming to the architecture, Apple hasn’t tweaked much from the last A15 Bionic but certainly made it more powerful, with the same 6-core CPU but the 2 high-performance cores give better performance while still consuming 20% lesser power.

You still have the 5-core GPU which according to Apple is also more powerful with 50% more memory bandwidth, so a RAM upgrade is obvious. The new improved ISP is the key element responsible to provide better photos with more image processing happening from the time when they are clicked by the sensor itself.

Apple launches the fastest chip ever - A16 Bionic based on a 4nm process

When you see Apple’s comparison, you do feel Apple is comparing the single-core performance, however, it will be interesting to see how it performs in multi-core as well. We do expect minor to good improvements in terms of raw performance but essentially, the new A16 Bionic will be more efficient yet powerful per watt.

We are sure a lot of people cannot wait to see this chip in action on the new iPhone 14 Pro, so head to Apple.com to start your pre-orders now!

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Raunak Saha
Raunak Saha
A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.

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