Learn A9 processor used in the iPhone and devices 6S 6 S Plus




Apple officially announced the new phones iPhone 6S and 6 S Plus during the conference, which was held on the ninth of September / September of this and that demand for them in the pre-September 12 began to be received on 25 of the same month.

During the conference, the company announced that the new devices will run Apple’s new A9 processors which offers higher speed by 70% processing, processing speed and better graphics to 90%, from A8 processors used in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Apple did not disclose further details of the gear inside the new hardware and merely offer only simple comparison, but some developers have had access to the details of these devices.

A9 processor used in the new devices is a dual-core processor at a frequency of 1.8 GHz is built according to the 64-bit architecture, which was first used in the iPhone 5S phones, and works random memory of 2 GB as enclose within Xcode program to develop applications for the Apple smart.

In spite of that new phones battery smaller than previous phones, but they offer the same period of use without any difference, thanks to the new processing unit in chip M9, which is providing some of the features permanently such as Siri or track user movement and therefore each time the system will not need to run from New and consumption of RAM and energy device.

And it contributes iOS 9 system you are working with the new hardware, which was a lot of units inside the development to provide the best performance, in raising the processor performance by 70% from its predecessor A8, which is awaiting confirmation after officially devices on the market availability and use them to see the difference.

It is noteworthy that Apple announced that users’ requests on the iPhone devices on its way to break a new record in the history of the company in a statement to news network CNBC, without disclosing any numbers officially yet.


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