|Model Number||A13 Bionic|
|Introduction||September 10, 2019 (announced)|
September 20, 2019 (launched)
|Frequency||2,650 MHz (big), 1,800 MHz (little)|
|Core Name||Lightning, Thunder|
|Process||7 nm (N7P)|
N/A × N/A
|Word Size||64 bit|
|Max CPUs||1 (Uniprocessor)|
Fabricated on TSMCs enhanced N7P process (not to be confused with the N7+ (EUV) process), the A13 is integrating 8.5 billion transistors and features two big Lightning cores operating at up to 2.666 GHz and four little Thunder high-efficiency cores operating at up to 1.8 GHz.
Apple claims a performance gain of 20% speed and 30% lower power consumption than its predecessor A12.
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Like its predecessor, the A13 Bionic is equipped with a specialized machine learning processor called the "Neural Engine". Apple claims the A13's Neural Engine is 20% faster while consuming 15% less power than its predecessor.
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
- Apple Keynote. (September 10, 2019).
|core count||6 +|
|core name||Lightning + and Thunder +|
|die area||98.48 mm² (0.153 in², 0.985 cm², 98,480,000 µm²) +|
|first announced||September 10, 2019 +|
|first launched||September 20, 2019 +|
|full page name||apple/ax/a13 +|
|instance of||microprocessor +|
|isa family||ARM +|
|ldate||September 20, 2019 +|
|market segment||Mobile +|
|max cpu count||1 +|
|model number||A13 Bionic +|
|name||A13 Bionic +|
|thread count||6 +|
|transistor count||8,500,000,000 +|
|used by||iPhone 11 + and iPhone 11 Pro Max +|
|word size||64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +|