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Saturday, 17 September 2016

An overview of the iPhone 7 A10 chip

With the arrival on the market of the iPhone 7, the device integrates a new generation of chips increases significantly benefits thereof. Then we give a very general view of it.

The new "A10 Fusion" chip is one of the most important hardware elements of the new generation of smartphones from Apple. This element is manufactured by TSMC and has a size of about 125 square millimeters.

The processor is also extremely thin, due largely to the manufacturing technique used by TSMC was seen as an important factor for the company to earn the exclusive production of the chip.

Moreover, it also confirms that the iPhone 7 has 2GB of RAM, compared with 3 GB which houses the iPhone 7 Plus.

While iPhone 7 has a fairly powerful processor in regard to general characteristics it remains an unresolved daily performance thereof. For example, it would be good to know if the chip temperature increases considerably, as this is one of the determining factors when purchasing a device, either an iPhone or any other.

Nobody would like to have a smartphone that overheats be playing after twenty minutes, as we also would like slowdowns occur in it.

Here are some general characteristics of the A10 chip iPhone 7. worth mentioning that Apple is producing two different models, both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, with models for users of providers AT & T and T-Mobile does not include support for CDMA networks. This apparently is the result of modem chips are provided between Intel and Qualcomm, as current Intel chips do not support CDMA networks due to licensing problems. On the other hand Apple smartphones with Qualcomm modems support both GSM and CDMA networks.

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