iPhone 11, iPhone SE2, iPhone X Plus To Run 7-Nanometer A12 Chips Based on Recent Leaks
The tech giant Apple is reportedly launching this year more than one brand new iPhones, namely the iPhone 11 or iPhone X2, iPhone SE 2, and iPhone X Plus, at the same time, making it different from last year’s launch of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X. This is going to be a major challenge for the company to get all of them ready in time alongside the same shipping date.
According to ValueWalk, Ming-Chi Kuo, a reliable KGI analyst, stated that the main aim of the iPhone maker is to achieve successful stable shipments and on-time shipping. In terms of specification of each iPhone, the iPhone SE2 aka iPhone X SE is the cheaper, trimmed version of the current iPhone X. It will be a bezel-less display phone in a smaller chassis with the Face ID. A strong suggestion of its launch indicated that an excerpt reportedly from the filing in the Eurasian regulatory data revealed the device will come running the iOS 11 operating system.
Another flagship, the iPhone X Plus will be the largest display phone in any mass market with 6.5 inches as blog site Mac Oktara claimed. It will likely be similar to the iPhone 8 Plus and will be 0.2mm thicker. The camera at the back will sport a larger sensor and bigger lens. The much-awaited feature it will offer is the horizontally tweaked Face ID system compared to the portrait only unlock limitation in the current iPhone X.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 will also probably released as the successor of the iPhone X with a Samsung screen once again making it the most expensive part of this phone. This screen will likely cost around $97 with a total of $376 in each unit, but some disagree on this since the two devices will have OLED screen while one the cheaper TFT-LCD display.
Coming to the processors, all of the 2018 iPhone lineups will be utilizing the next-generation 7-nanometer A12 chips since the Apple supplier TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) just began its FinFET production process. TheVerge hints that these chips are known to be 20% faster and more precise, reducing the power consumption by 40%.
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