Apple IPhone 6 To Come With Phosphorus Co-processor

By 07:41 Wed, 21 Jul 2021 Comments

Thanks to the guys over at GeekBar which uncovered that the iPhone 6 will have 1GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and a 128GB version comes this latest rumor concerning the motion co-processor that's going to live on the Apple A8 chip.

Codenamed Phosphorus the M8 co-processor is assumed to be able to collect more information than the M7 in the Apple A7 chip currently does - that is more than the accelerometer, gyrscope and GPS.

Phosphorus is assumed to be able to gather information from various wearables and built-in sensors regarding heart rate, cholesterol levels, blood sugar and calories. Those will be sent to the A8 chip which will then organize the data into the Apple Healthkit service.

Apple is assumed to unveil the iPhone 6 next month - whether on the 9 or 19. It should pack a recent design and bigger display along with an improved camera.

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