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Friday, 9 September 2016

From the A10 Fusion to the A8 What Makes better?

With the surf still hot keynote were many questions that were in the pipeline. IPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are already among us , and Apple introduced inside a new processor chip, the A10 Fusion, according to the company, arrives to revolutionize the mobile market to be the best of the current generation processor.

It was logical to imagine that the A10 Fusion would be better at everything than previous processors Apple, but it was not until a benchmark has yielded us data and numbers when we have not believed. Apple used to not give numbers in their presentation, only percentages, but we like to clearly see the changes they have made.

In the same test performance with which we have learned that the iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB of RAM , it has shown a comparison in performance from your processor against the full range of iPhone and iPad market today, from the iPhone 6 to the iPad Pro 12.9 "through the iPad Air 2 and iPhone SE.

All with A8, A8X, A9 and A9X processors whose operating speeds we detailed a maximum of 2.2 GHz for A9X in the IPAD Pro 12.9 ". The latest reports say the A10 Fusion iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus chip runs at 2.4 GHz, although other filtration says they are limited to 2.23 GHz.

Whatever the case, both measures confirm that the A10 Fusion is faster and more powerful than the previous processor, the A9X both iPad Pro. Apple says that the faster the more powerful processor chip today and which runs 2 times on the iPhone 6 (A8 1.4 GHz). It is clear that the 4 cores Fusion A10 will have a lot to talk, and soon we will see benchmarks comparing the Exynos, Kirin, MediaTek and Snapdragon shift.

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