If you’re planning on upgrading to an iPhone from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 7, you’re likely to want to upgrade to an ARM chip.
But that upgrade may not happen in time for the iPhone’s launch, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.
While Apple has announced the iPhone 8, 9 and 10, we haven’t heard much about the upcoming GTAX12000 chip from Apple.
The chip will reportedly be available on October 22, but the chip won’t be available until October 30.
According to the WSJ report, Apple is currently using two different processors for the GTAX13000 chip, one of which is based on the same ARM processor used by the iPhone and iPad mini.
The WSJ also reports that Apple is planning to use the GTX13000 in an upcoming iPhone 6s, which is expected to be released in the next two months.
This will mean that Apple won’t have an upgrade for the 6s until at least the iPhone 9s, but it could mean that the GTXP13000 can be added to the chip for that upgrade.
Apple also announced that it will use a new, lower-power, 10-core Cortex A57 chip for the next iPhone.
The CPU will be based on an 8-core chip, but Apple has previously said that it’s using a 20-core CPU for the upcoming iPhone.