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Apple iPhone 14 likely to get this power booster, increase longevity

Amid semi-conductor shortages around the world, iPhone 14 is eyeing a power boost for the new handset by going for a new 5G chip. It is expected to increase iPhone 14 battery life by a huge margin.

By: SHAURYA TOMER
Updated on: Feb 26 2022, 13:09 IST
Amid semi-conductor shortages around the world, iPhone 14 is eyeing a power boost for the new handset by going for a new 5G chip. It is expected to increase iPhone 14 battery life by a huge margin. (Apple )
1/6 Amid semi-conductor shortages around the world, iPhone 14 is eyeing a power boost for the new handset by going for a new 5G chip. It is expected to increase iPhone 14 battery life by a huge margin. (Apple )
As per Taiwan's Economic Daily News, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has received orders from Apple for the RF chips for the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 lineup. (REUTERS)
2/6 As per Taiwan's Economic Daily News, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has received orders from Apple for the RF chips for the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 lineup. (REUTERS)
The chips are said to be produced using TSMC's 6nm process which was announced last year and they are likely to be related to Apple's selection of Qualcomm's Snapdragon X65 modem. 6nm process for 5G RF chips enables manufacturing of smaller chips with lower power consumption on both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G bands, while delivering benchmark performance. (Unsplash)
3/6 The chips are said to be produced using TSMC's 6nm process which was announced last year and they are likely to be related to Apple's selection of Qualcomm's Snapdragon X65 modem. 6nm process for 5G RF chips enables manufacturing of smaller chips with lower power consumption on both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G bands, while delivering benchmark performance. (Unsplash)
Apple and Qualcomm reached a multiyear chipset supply agreement in 2019, allowing Apple to use Qualcomm’s chips in its iPhones. (REUTERS)
4/6 Apple and Qualcomm reached a multiyear chipset supply agreement in 2019, allowing Apple to use Qualcomm’s chips in its iPhones. (REUTERS)

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Apple was initially planning to use Samsung’s Snapdragon X60 modem according to a court document from the legal settlement between Qualcomm and Apple. However, Apple is said to be likely moving away from outsourcing chips and is rumoured to start production of its own designed 5G modem. (Qualccmm)
5/6 Apple was initially planning to use Samsung’s Snapdragon X60 modem according to a court document from the legal settlement between Qualcomm and Apple. However, Apple is said to be likely moving away from outsourcing chips and is rumoured to start production of its own designed 5G modem. (Qualccmm)
First Published Date: 26 Feb, 13:09 IST
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