Apple's Next Generation A11X Bionic Chip to Have 8 Cores, Be Built on TSMC's 7nm Process [Report]

Apple's Next Generation A11X Bionic Chip to Have 8 Cores, Be Built on TSMC's 7nm Process [Report]

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Apple's next generation A11X Bionic chip will have 8 cores and be built on TSMC's 7nm process, reports MyDrivers. The new chip will purportedly debut in new iPad Pros coming in Q1 or Q2, 2018.

The most exciting parameters of this generation of A11X chips are undoubtedly built on TSMC's 7nm process and are integrated fan-out wafer level packaging (InFO WLP). Architecture design, broke the news that the A11X uses 8 core design, three large nuclear Monsoon, five small nuclear Mistral, at the same time built-in M11 coprocessor and NPU (neural computing unit).

The current A11 Bionic chip features two high-power Monsoon cores and four low-power Mistral cores, all independently addressable.

Apple is expected to unveil a redesigned iPad with slimmer bezels, no Home button, and Face ID next year. It's said to be similar in size to the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.

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Apple's Next Generation A11X Bionic Chip to Have 8 Cores, Be Built on TSMC's 7nm Process [Report]

Apple's Next Generation A11X Bionic Chip to Have 8 Cores, Be Built on TSMC's 7nm Process [Report]
Camfella62 - November 16, 2017 at 6:01pm
What a load of crap, they just released the latest iPad Pro in June and these guys are saying the next one will be out in Q1 or Q2 2018, so less than a year to a year at most? Not likely!
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