“The demand for the Apple-A14 set of the year,” said the 50 per cent higher than that of the A13 chip in the last year”
the iPhone 12 is the launch will not be impacted by the production slowdown caused by the corona virus outbreak in China, according to the Digitimes report. The question of the A14 motorway, the chipset is also said to be 50 per cent higher than that of the A13 chip, that of the previous year. The reason behind this is the company’s aggressive push into 5G, in support of the upcoming iPhone, and 12 series notes Digitimes. If there is an unexpected delay, Apple would have limited supply at launch, or it might be that the pressure on the availability of certain models, as it did with the iPhone, XR’s back in in 2018.
The report also claims that Apple has stopped the move of the iPhone, the engineers at China, which, in turn, turn to one of the technical validation test of the prototypes. The Cupertino giant usually prepares the hardware by pushing it to the technical validation, then the design is validated and then the production of the framework. With the iphone to enter mass production in June-July months. In addition, Apple is also reportedly planning on unveiling more of its iPhone models this year than in the past, and all of the models 5G connectivity.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo report, by 2019 at the latest, as Apple is expected to debut in four 5 G for iPhone-a 12-time models later this year, including a 5.4-inch, which is a 6.1-inch model with dual rear cameras, and another 6.1-inch phone with triple rear camera, with a larger 6.7-inch model with the same three camera setup and a Time-of-Flight sensor. It is worth noting that all the iPhone’s in 12 models in the OLED display. Apple could also unveil a new ipad this year, and this would lead to A14-a-chip for in. As for 5G, the iPhone, and the 12 series is said to be for the support of both the millimeter wave, and sub 6GHz frequency range. It will use a Qualcomm modem in the itunes store in 12 models in it, but it is heard to be working on a modem that is to cut off its dependency on Qualcomm’s chipsets.