iPhone X, Who? The Next Gen iPhone is (Almost) Here!

Posted on July 6, 2018 Jacob Williams iPhone X, Who? The Next Gen iPhone is (Almost) Here!

Good news for the iPhone-obsessed: Apple has a next-generation iPhone SoCs in the works!  The A12 chip is now in production, and the CPU core will be built on TSMC’s 7-nanometer design. TSMC first announced they were in mass production back in April but did not disclose who they were building them for specifically.  Since Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) is Apple’s preferred manufacturing partner, one could safely conclude that it is being made for Apple’s iPhones. Apple switched to the Taiwanese company after previously utilizing Samsung for the 14nm node. 

At this point, consumers have pretty much decided which OS best suits them, and they’re sticking with it. While smartphones generally aren’t the “next-big-thing” anymore, Apple and other suppliers are working hard to make sure their products are always updated with the latest technologies. Apple’s previous releases of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X secured the company up to 3.5 percent of the market in March of this year. Even with the largest chunk of the market, Apple is steadily working on remaining ahead of their biggest competitors, Samsung Electronics Co. and Qualcomm Inc.

Apple is expected to release up to three new iPhones this year alone. There will be 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch models, as well as a 6.1-inch with an overall lower price and consequently, fewer features; the 5.8 and 6.5 will come with OLED panels but the 6.1 will have an advanced LCD screen. If Apple can ship these next-gen iPhones by November 2018, it’ll be about a 6-month timeframe from volume production to commercial shipments.

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