However today, we got our first look at the new A14 bionic chip, built with the revolutionary 5nm manufacturing process, promising a 40% jump in performance over chips built by the older 7nm process, and Apple's first ever, computing chip not meant for phones/tabs or smartwatches.
A14 Bionic is said to be packed with 11.8 billion transistors for increased performance and power efficiency in almost every part of the chip. The upcoming iPhone 12 Pro Max will have this chipset inside it. The A14 chipset is sure to give a performance boost as well as help deliver improved battery life. It is likely that the A14 Bionic chip can put out more performance if paired with a stable software and device. "Handling even the most demanding apps, A14 Bionic makes it even easier for users to edit 4K videos, create gorgeous works of art, play immersive games, and more", said Apple in its release on iPad Air.
All four iPhone models are expected to feature OLED displays and 5G support, as famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously claimed. The A14 GPU performance is about 8.3% better than the A13. A14 Bionic also includes second-generation machine learning accelerators in the CPU for 10 times faster machine learning calculations. But what we noticed is the UX score of the tested unit was running an iOS 14.1, so it might be a prototype unit.
A detailed comparison of 11 and 12 versions of the iPhone, you can find that the new device has a higher performance in terms of CPU by about 16%, and in terms of GPU - only 3.5%. However, since the new iPhones were delayed this year, the company had to let the secret slip with the launch of the new iPad Air, the company's latest tablet.
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