The iPhone 15 series is expected to arrive next month, and the Pro duo should have the latest A17 Bionic chipset. According to tipster @Uredditor, the new platform is built by TSMC on the 3 nm FinFET process and will have 6 CPU cores with top frequency of 3.7 GHz and 6 GPU cores.
The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will come with 6 GB LPDDR5 RAM, supplied by either Micron or Samsung (or both).
Apple is planning to use the chip with model number t8130 in this year's Pro models, as well as 2024's iPhone 16 series. Next year's Pro phones are said to be using the t8140, which will be the A18 platform, but it is too early to have specifics on that one.
The user recently proved their credibility by confirming the USB-C cable connector leak. The new iPhones are going to have the universal charging port, although the vanilla 15 series will stick to USB 2.0, while the 15 Pro units will have faster USB 3.2 connectors.
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