iPhone 11's Successors Might Be As Powerful As A MacBook
Aadhya Khatri - Jan 20, 2020
A new report surfacing recently suggests that the successors of the iPhone 11 may have the performance of the MacBook, courtesy of the A14 processor
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iPhone 11 lineup was launched a few months ago and yet people are now projecting what Apple has up their sleeves for their next flagship smartphones.
A new report surfacing recently suggests that they may have the kind of performance of the MacBook, courtesy of the A14 processor.
iPhone 11 lineup features A13 Bionic SoC with a 7 nm process, making the switch to 5 nm this year seems like a step backward. However, the move means that you will have more power-efficiency to the point that the handset can get the performance of a MacBook, setting a new benchmark for the whole industry.
If these speculations stand correct, we might have an ultra-powerful iPhones later this year.
The internal power is not the only aspect of the new iPhones that people care about. The look of them also attracts a fair share of attention.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst who has had a long portfolio of correct predictions when it comes to what Apple intends to do with its products, said last year that the iPhone maker would reuse the design of the iPhone 4 for its 2020’s handsets. He projected that the metal frame of the phones will resemble that of the iPhone 4.
In terms of screen size, the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max will measures 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches respectively. On the rear, the phones might have either a dual or triple camera setup, along with support for 5G.
Another prediction is that the 2020’s iPhones will be completely portless this year, meaning they will rely on wireless charging to top up the battery. The change would be applied to higher-end models of the iPhones before reaching other tiers, according to Kuo.