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IPhone 12 performance to be silent second full! Apple's A14 processor does not delay TSMC's mass production next month

via:驱动之家     time:2020/4/1 7:00:25     readed:1057

According to the latest news from the industry chain, preparations for the iPhone 12 are still underway, and Apple will not easily delay its launch because the new product is crucial to them.

It is reported that,TSMC will still process Apple's A14 mass production next month, although it has recently been reported that the A14 processor mass production date will be postponed by 1 to 2 quarters.

Under the current environment, tsmc's 5 nm chip line is still full of orders and will produce A14 processors for apple in april as planned. Production of A series of chips usually starts from april to may, so that means tsmc's mass-produced A14 processor is on schedule and is not affected by other factors.

TSMC has been an apple since 2016

It was said before,Only two high-end iPhones, the iPhone 12 pro and the iPhone 12 Pro max, will use TOF sensors this year. TOF sensor will bring new ar experience to iPhone. Apple will also launch special AR applications to enhance playability.

This year, Apple will launch four 5g mobile phones, all of which will use TSMC's 5nm A14 processor. Compared with the previous generation A13, the new A14 will certainly show more powerful performance under a more advanced architecture. According to the running score of the previously exposed A14 processor (Apple's A14 may become the first arm mobile phone processor that officially exceeds 3GHz), the frequency stack is 3.1ghz, the GK5 single core is 1658 points, and the multi-core is 4612 points.

How big is A14 promotion? A13 mononuclear, multi-core is 1329,3468 points, by contrast, A14 mononuclear performance increased by 25%, multi-core increased by 33%, obviously this year A14 is the full android camp.


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