A7 processor for the iPhone 5S will be a third more powerful

Aug

27

2013

According to the known resource Electronista with reference to the browser Fox News Clayton Morris, the processor A7 (for iPhone 5S ) is 31% more productive than the chip A6, which is based on the current model of Apple iPhone 5. This corresponds to a post 9to5Mac, which refers to the fact that Apple has tested A7 processor is based on 64-bit ARM-architecture. This is a significant step forward compared to today’s 32-bit depth A6 processor and all preceding it epplovskih processors. It is about the very future processor model iPhone, whose alleged golden color was recently one of the major themes okolotehnologicheskogo of the Internet.

In mid-August 2013 KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for his ability to make correct predictions, predicted that in all likelihood the 64-bit architecture will be implemented only in the upcoming processor A8. According to analysts, the expected 20 percent (at least) increase chip performance A7. 64-bit architecture can handle more complex animations and transparency effects, which appeared in the operating system iOS 7.

Clayton Morris, referring to their “own sources” also notes that Apple is going to implement something like the iPhone 5S-tracking technology. The weight of this information adds to the fact that the leading designer kupertinovskoy Corporation Sir Jony Ive previously showed interest in the technology of tracking movements. But whether it should join in smartphones? This is a controversial issue. Samsung Galaxy S4, which is the record with the optional battery pack , able to perceive the movements of the arms, but critics say it does not give users the popular smartphone from the South Korean tehnogiganta.
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