As the rumored release date window for the iPhone SE 2 nears, more information and images pertaining to the device are getting leaked online.
The device won't probably be launched before September 2020, but a new report has indicated that its chip will get a major upgrade, one that would make the iPhone almost as powerful as the MacBook.
This, as MacWorld's Jason Cross points out, is a big upgrade over the 7nm process that the A13 chip was made on. The other two iPhones that are said to offer 4GB RAM are claimed to sport dual-lens rear cameras, one of which is said to offer a 6.1-inch screen and other a 5.4-inch screen.
Cross says that the 5nm process would significantly boost the transistor density on A14 chip. Powering the "iPhone 12" line-up will be Apple's all-new A14 Bionic chipset that'll be unveiled alongside the phones in September. We don't know exactly when Apple plans on adding the Ultra Wideband toggle to iPhone 11s via a software update, but if it's in beta now, it can't be too far off. Reports from an insider believe that ASE will use the FC_AiP (Flip Chip Antenna Package) technology to help Apple's mmWave 5G iPhone and 5G iPad.
Most Android flagships, for reference, have a score of around 3,000. The multi-score, on the other hand, might even cross the 5,000 mark. If we discuss the performance improvement in a comparable way, iPhone 12 is likely to compete for the performance of Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch.
Apple's report comes amid its battle with the United States government over privacy, which was reignited this week after it denied an Federal Bureau of Investigation request to unlock a mass shot's iPhones. In such a predicament, more effective processors is provided within the iPhone 12 or Apple iPhone 2020 than before.