Apple is believed to be focusing on improving battery life with the A17 chip.
Chipset was presumably made with TSMC’s 3nm technology.
Apple may use Sony’s image sensor in the iPhone 15 series to reduce overexposure.
iPhone 15 A17 chip is likely to focus on battery life over Power. The iPhone 14 series was released earlier this year, with Pro variants incorporating Apple’s A16 Bionic CPU. According to a recent source, Apple would equip the iPhone 15 series Pro model with its new chipset, the Apple A17. It is believed that Apple is focusing on improving battery life with this chip, while performance takes a back seat. The Apple A17 chip will most likely be manufactured using Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s (TSMC) 3nm technology.
According to a recent report, the Apple A17 chip used in the iPhone 15 series may provide better battery life. This conjecture derives from rumours that TSMC’s 3nm process will produce chips with enhanced power and improved energy efficiency.
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According to reports, TSMC chairman Mark Liu stated that the 3nm process chips would outperform the 5nm process chips while consuming around 35% less power. Giving a broad statement for power but a reasonably concrete figure for battery life may be interpreted as a hint as to what to expect from TSMC’s 3nm CPUs.
This 3nm Apple A17 processor is projected to power the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max versions. Meanwhile, the non-Pro model may receive the Apple A16 Bionic chipset. Furthermore, the RAM capacity of the iPhone 15 series may be increased. They could have 8GB of RAM instead of the 6GB available on iPhone 14 phones.
Apple may possibly include Sony’s sophisticated picture sensor in this smartphone. This sensor is expected to provide twice the saturation signal level in each pixel as a standard sensor. It may also be able to capture more light, reducing image overexposure or underexposure.