|Model Number||A14 Bionic|
|Introduction||September 16, 2020 (announced)|
October, 2020 (launched)
|Frequency||3,100 MHz (big), 1,800 MHz (little)|
|Process||5 nm (N5)|
N/A × N/A
|Word Size||64 bit|
|Max SMP||1-Way (Uniprocessor)|
Fabricated on TSMCs new N5 EUV process, the A14 integrates 11.8 billion transistors to feature two big cores operating at up to 3.10 GHz and four little high-efficiency cores operating at up to 1.80 GHz.
Apple claims a performance gain of better speed and lower power consumption than its predecessor A13.
The A14 Bionic is equipped with next-generation 16-core specialized machine learning processor called "Neural Engine". Apple claims that the A14's Neural Engine delivers 11 trillion operations per second, 80% more than its predecessor A13.
- iPhone 12
- iPad Air (4. generation)
- Apple Keynote. (September 16, 2020).
|core count||6 +|
|first announced||September 16, 2020 +|
|first launched||October 2020 +|
|full page name||apple/ax/a14 +|
|instance of||microprocessor +|
|isa family||ARM +|
|ldate||October 2020 +|
|market segment||Mobile +|
|max cpu count||1 +|
|model number||A14 Bionic +|
|name||A14 Bionic +|
|smp max ways||1 +|
|thread count||6 +|
|transistor count||11,800,000,000 +|
|used by||iPhone 12 + and iPad Air (4. generation) +|
|word size||64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +|