Why is the new iPhone always faster than last year?
Almost at every presentation of the iPhone (yes there, on everyone!), We hear from Apple that the new phone has become n-times more powerful and energy-efficient than an iPhone of the previous generation. The same can be said for the iPad. We are told, “A13 Bionic processor is installed in the iPhone 11” or “the new A12Z Bionic processor expands the capabilities of the iPad Pro”, and we nod smartly because we understand that something cool is hidden behind these tricky notations. Real power. But this same “power” does not depend on the names at all, you can call the chip at least “A18X Power”, and in terms of performance, it will be like in a fifth iPhone. No, everything is much more complicated, and his name is a nanometer manufacturing process.