Here’s An Alleged Picture That Depict A11 Processor Set To Power iPhone 8

These blurry images purporting to show the A11 series of chip that will power the upcoming iPhone 8. Emerged online recently, suggesting that Apple’s processor is already making it way through iPhone assembly plants. Here’s everything you need to know about.

All iPhone models including iPhone 8, the iPhone 7s/7s Plus coming in fall are expected to use Apple’s A11 chip. The said processor relies on a new 10-nanomter FinFET manufacturing process introduced by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the supplier of the new chipset.

TSMC is said have already reached the exclusive deal with Apple last year thanks to its advanced device packaging techniques, that’s capable of higher-width memory buses and lower-power operation.

The A11 processor will be much faster and likely more power efficient than the current A10. Translating to speedier overall performance and better battery life for the new devices.

Apple has a major redesign in store for the iPhone 8. This will feature a glass body and edge-to-edge OLED display. Moreover, the redesign made to iPhone 8 does away with the Home button, and a new facial recognition system that may well replace its Touch ID fingerprint authentication.

More on the technical and internal parts of iPhone 8 and iOS 11 firmware capabilities are provided right here.