Apple iPhone 5 Will Have A5 processor For Better Gaming Experience

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Apr 222011
 

Apple is reportedly providing select gaming developers with an ‘iPhone 4S’ device which uses the A5 processor, according to a 9to5Mac report.

They already have select developers working on versions of their iPhone applications that take full advantage of the next-generation iPhone’s speedier and much more powerful hardware. These developers, seemingly from high-level gaming outfits, have been given what is essentially an iPhone 4 but with an A5 processor instead of an A4. The device itself is virtually identical to the iPhone 4, and there is no way anyone can tell it’s not an iPhone 4 based on the phone’s exterior. Continue reading »

The Next iPhone Will Have A4 Processor, 256MB RAM, N90 PRO2,

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May 122010
 

iFixit confirms that the processor revealed in the leaked 4th generation iPhone is an Apple A4 processor. iFixit was also able to confirm the Samsung DRAM part number indicating that the next generation iPhone will have 256MB of RAM. This is the same amount of RAM found in the iPhone 3GS and iPad.


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Inside Of the New Iphone

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Apr 212010
 

The Next iPhone, DissectedWe took apart the next iPhone.

There are a number of interesting facts gained from the dissection, the most important of which is more concrete confirmation (as if we needed any more) that this phone is from Apple. There are three separate places, inside the case, where APPLE is written prominently.

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iPad Vs iPhone 3GS Vs Nexus One

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Apr 052010
 

The iPad is finally out and it is time to revisit some of the speculations that we had reported prior to the launch.apple-a4-cpu-cjr

One of the most debated topics was the performance levels of the A4 Soc that powers the iPad. This was significant not just because the chip has been designed in-house by Apple, but also because there are indications that A4’s SoC may also power the iPhone in the future.

So what can we make of the A4 processor now that the iPad has reached its users? Folks at AnandTech have carried out an in-depth study comparing iPad’s A4 processor against iPhone 3GS’ Cortex A8 and Nexus One’s Qualcomm QSD8250 chip.

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