The future is here, and we’re already seeing the fruits of that development.
The iPhone 7 Plus has now been unveiled, and Apple’s big news is that it’s the first smartphone to feature the latest quad-core A10 chip, codenamed Apple A10X.
The A10 is based on the company’s new chip architecture, which is designed to make the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 series even more power efficient than their predecessors.
But as we mentioned earlier, the A10x chip also includes an advanced GPU, the Neural Engine.
The Neural Engine is a brain, and is the brain of an AI, which can process massive amounts of data.
Apple’s Neural Engine can process millions of images and text in a single second.
That’s pretty impressive, especially considering that the Neural System in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Max is designed around this chip architecture.
Theoretically, the neural engine could also handle some of the other important things that the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus offer, such as the ability to read, write, and use the camera, microphone, and speaker.
That said, Apple’s neural engine isn’t really built for video and audio, as the company claims.
The company also promises to improve the AI’s processing speed and power efficiency by using a neural network to make decisions.
This isn’t the first time Apple has been touting the Neural Machine, and it’s certainly not the last.
The same chip has been used to power the iPhone X and iPhone X Plus, and both phones have been powered by it.
But unlike previous iPhone designs, the iPhone Neural Engine has been built into the hardware rather than being added on later.
The next generation of iPhones is expected to be announced at the IFA tech show in Berlin in October, and the iPhone is expected for release sometime in 2020.
We’ll keep you posted on all the details as they emerge.