. Technological development is progressing steadily and is not slowing down. Processors made in 10- or 7-nm lithography have appeared on the market (though some do not want to forego 14-nm yet), but industry giants are already looking ahead and planning to release even more advanced chips. The driving force is not only a simple, healthy competition, but also the desire to popularize 5G communication technology, which requires special solutions. Some companies already have smartphones that support 5G, but it will be some time before it is implemented by Apple, for example. The Cupertino giant already has plans in this respect, which should be realized thanks to the production of 5 nm lithography processors.
As confirmed by TSMC's key employees, 5nm process technology is basically finished and production of such chips will be in full swing next year.
As we already know, this year's iPhones will not differ materially from Apple's recent achievements. Stylistically, there will be no revolution – the triple camera will be new, but it still has to be notched and the processor made in 7nm lithography. We will not see any changes until 2020. The new design is a separate affair, but as confirmed by TSMC's key employees, the 5nm process is basically finished, and next year's production (more specifically in the first quarter) will see the production of such chips in full swing ,
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There is no doubt that one of the first chips in the The new process will be Apple A14. While this year's A13 processors for new iPhones will only be refreshed with Apple A12 chips, in 2020 we will not only get a 5nm lithography that will allow more transistors to be placed, but also a much more efficient, energy efficient, and of course more desirable 5G -Technology. We are waiting impatiently. By the way, we hope that this year's iPhone generation is not just waiting …