According to IT House on September 20, 2019 of the new iPhone are known to be equipped with Apple's new A13 Bionic processor, and Apple executives have recently explained the differences and advantages between the A13 chip and the competition.
Recently, Phil Schiller (, senior vice president of global marketing at Apple, now part of the Apple platform Architecture team, said in an interview:
Apple's new iPhone 11 series carries a CPU with a six-core design, consisting of two Lightning 2.66 GHz high-performance cores and four Thunder high-efficiency cores, while its GPU consists of four-core graphics processors. In addition, Apple's A13 processor also carries an eight-core nerve engine that can perform a trillion calculations per second.
It is reported that the performance of all components including CPU, GPU and nerve engine has been improved by 20% compared with the A13 processor and the A12 processor, but the power efficiency of A13 is 30% higher than that of A12 processor. So A13 Bionic is Apple's fastest A-series processor ever.