Earlier this year, Apple introduced was A16 bionic chip in iPhone 14 pro series. In recent reports, Apple may be improved iPhone 15 battery life over the A17 chip. Apple may include its new A17 bionic chipset in the iPhone 15 Pro model. With this chip, Apple emphasis more on extending battery life more than performance. Apple will probably utilize Taiwan Semiconductor Assembling Organization’s (TSMC) 3nm process to make the Apple A17 chip.
Apple may be Improved iPhone 15 Battery Life over A17 chip
According to the report, the Apple A17 chip found in the iPhone 15 series may contribute to longer battery life. The rumors that TSMC’s 3nm process would result in chips with increased power and improved energy efficiency.
According to reports, TSMC chairman Mark Liu stated that the 3nm process chips would have better performance than the 5nm process chips while consuming 35% less power. It’s possible that TSMC’s 3nm chips’ vague statement about power and somewhat specific estimate of battery life will give us an idea of what to expect.
This 3nm Apple A17 chip is anticipated to be included in the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models. In the meantime, the Apple A16 Bionic chipset might be added to the non-Pro model. Additionally, the iPhone 15 series might see an increase in RAM. They might have 8GB of RAM as opposed to the 6GB that the iPhone 14 phones have.
In iPhone 15, Sony’s advanced image sensor may also be included. It offers twofold the immersion signal level in every pixel than a traditional sensor. It may also be able to capture more light, thereby reducing images’ over or underexposure.