Does iPhone 13 have an M1 chip?

Will Verduzco on Swappa
Will Verduzco
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No, the iPhone 13 doesn’t use the Apple M1 chip. The iPhone 13 lineup is powered by the Apple A15 Bionic chip instead.

The A15 and M1 are quite similar, though. Both are built on ARM architecture, and they’re both considered “Apple Silicon.” They’re also extremely fast and energy efficient.

The A15 in the iPhone 13 consists of a 6-core CPU (2 high-performance cores and 4 high-efficiency cores), a 5-core GPU, and a 16-core Neural Engine. With an insanely fast CPU and GPU, the Apple A15 is arguably the fastest smartphone chip on the market in 2021.

How important is a lightning fast chip to you? Are you a heavy multitasker or gamer in search of the highest frame rates? Or would you rather save the money and get the A14-powered iPhone 12 for about half the price?

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