Apple Started Nex-gen SoC Production, One More Step Towards iPhone XI Launch

Apple is currently working to launch three new iPhones which will replace the current iPhone XS, XS Max and XR. As the launch date draw near Apple has started the production of it’s next generation SoC the A13 chip.

Apple’s A12 Bionic chip currently sitting under the hood in iPhone XS and XS Max

Test production for Apple’s A13 chips started last month, mass production is likely to kick off this month with following up the production of new iPhones a few months later. Apple, as usual is working on speed and efficiency with less power consumption but this time there is a new technology coming up, named as extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV) which is rumored to bring larger than usual performance boost and energy efficiency.
Apple is going to unveil iOS 13 and some major upgrades are expected on that platform too, let’s what Apple has for us during it’s upcoming major launch event.


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