Not surprisingly, Apple is rushing to complete components for the new iPhone generation that is expected to be released in September this year.
According to PhoneArena, a Bloomberg source said A13, the processor chip on iPhone 2019 has begun to be mass-produced.
Similar to the Bionic A12, A13 will be produced by TSMC as a production company under Apple’s supervision. Improvements on the A13 promise to help the new iPhone outperform the existing flagship Android on the market.
Remember that this is just a processor chip, and the iPhone 2019 is expected to produce a few more months when everything is ready.
Apple A13 will produce on a 7nm process with the technology of printing the EUV (extreme ultraviolet lithography) circuit board to increase performance but not consume too much energy. Of course, Qualcomm, Samsung or Huawei (China) can also use the 7nm EUV process, but it is likely that A13 will be the first commercial processing chip to use this technology, an advantage that helps TSMC acquire Apple’s next production contract.
In addition to the A13 7nm EUV processor, the iPhone 2019 predicts that there will be a 3-camera cluster with reverse wireless charging for other devices like Huawei Mate 20 Pro or Galaxy S10.