Monday, 26 August 2013

Apple Tests 64bit Processor for iPhone 5S

Apple reportedly tests A7 chip for the iPhone 5S. Although it is still a dual core processor, but the performance is claimed to be faster because it supports 64bit architecture.

With the latest processors, it is believed that the iPhone 5S will be smooth to handle a variety of applications that require high performance, total performance is increased by 31% compared to the A6 chip in the iPhone 5. Power consumption can also be reduced because it is still using dual core.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo predictions, as market analyst, 64bit processor
trend utilization is already popular. And if it is not on the A6 chip, then Apple will include technology in the 64bit chip A7.

Initially, products that use this new chip is expected to be available in 2014. But the iPhone 5S itself strongly suspected to be introduced on October 2013 by Apple.

In addition to using the new processor, the iPhone 5S is also rumored to have a special sensor to detect a movement, it is not certain what the advantages of using this sensor.

As quoted from 9to5mac, Monday (26/08/2013), in addition to improvement in the hood, the iPhone 5S also allegedly using a better camera lens. This is done to support the recording feature slow motion 120 FPS on the phone.