Apple Well Ahead Of The Competition As Leak Shows It Is Working On The A19 Bionic, M5 Lineup Of SoCs

Apple Well Ahead Of The Competition As Leak Shows It Is Working On The A19 Bionic, M5 Lineup Of SoCs

The A17 Bionic and M3 are yet to launch, and Apple is already working on future chipsets that are years away from launching. According to the latest leak, the technology giant is developing the A19 Bionic and M5, which only means that work on the A18 Bionic and M4 might be nearing completion.

Going by the launch schedule, Apple’s A19 Bionic and M5 will launch in 2025, which is two years from now

Evidence that Apple is working on next-generation chipsets for various products comes in the form of CPU IDs, with information shared by @_orangera1n on X revealing that the A19 Bionic and M5 are being worked on. Keep in mind that while the A19 Bionic may only have one version, the M5 will eventually have the more capable variants, arriving with the ‘Pro,’ ‘Max,’ and ‘Ultra,’ monikers, as Apple has done with previous releases.

In the image posted below, you can see several CPU IDs have been published, and for those who think that these strings are difficult to understand, in the thread, @_orangera1n has shared what those letters and numbers mean, which should make it easier for people to comprehend which chipset Apple is working on. Even though it is astonishing that Apple is working on new SoCs years in advance, it is not uncommon for technology giants to be developing these to get ahead of the competition.

It appears that apple has started work on the A19 and M5 Pro/Max/Ultra SOCs
Also I wonder what 0x6033/0x6034 are pic.twitter.com/C8f5vcrlFv

— Ellie 🔥🌸 #DownWithRose #MollySupport #MizuSuprt (@_orangera1n) August 20, 2023

Some companies are designing chips and products up to five years in advance, and while some make the cut and enter mass production, others do not. However, even if the A19 Bionic and M5 are under development, putting them into the mass production phase is easier said than done.

Assuming everything goes according to plan, and it hardly ever does, Apple will likely take advantage of TSMC’s 2nm process for the aforementioned silicon, and with trial production reportedly underway, the initial shipment may be exclusively delivered to the California-based firm. While it is normal to be excited about the next-generation Apple Silicon, we must pay attention to the A17 Bionic and M3, which are just around the corner, so we will keep you updated on future releases.

News Source: @_orangera1n

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