iPhone 16 to adopt A18 built with cheaper, less efficient process, says analyst

Following reports this week that Apple’s iPhone 16 could be a major departure for iPhone chips of the future when it arrives next year, a top analyst has shed more light on what exactly Apple might be planning next year. 

This week it was reported that Apple may offer a distinct A-series chip for its “regular” iPhone next year that is built using a cheaper process to save costs. This is different from this year’s iPhone 15, which adopted the A16 Bionic from the iPhone 14 Pro. However, Haitong analyst Jeff Pu now believes this year is a transition year that will see Apple unveil a new A18 and A18 Pro chip next year for the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro respectively. 

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