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A12 Bionic, The smartest, most powerful chip packed ever in a smartphone designed by Apple

By The Mobile 360 on September 12, 2018
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Apple Inc, the Cupertino giant announced the A12 Bionic chip based on 7nm platform, a first in the industry with iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, its 2018 flagship lineup of iPhone series at a launch event held at Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park on September 13th, 2018.

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The Apple’s A12 Bionic chip is packed with the company’s next-generation Neural Engine, which promises to delivers incredible performance. It is designed to use real-time machine learning to transform the way you experience photos, gaming, augmented reality and more in your iPhone devices.

The company has designed the chip with 6-core CPU with with two performance cores which delivers 15-percent fast performance and 40-percent lower power, and 4 efficiency cores will offer up to 50-percent lower power compared to A11 Bionic, its predecessor.

The company has designed 4-core GPU with lossless memory compression bringing, big gains in graphics performance to games, video editing and visually appealing apps. thus, resulting in processing graphic performance up-to 50-percent than its predecessor.

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The A12 Bionic chip, comes with Next-generation Neural Engine, built for advanced, real-time machine learning which helps the new generation of iPhones, recognise patterns, make predictions and learn from experience, similarly the way, our mind does.

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The Neural Engine is incredibly fast, and the company claims it to perform 5 trillion operations per second. now, that’s something, to take note of. It’s incredibly efficient, which enables it to do all kinds of new things in real time. And it’s incredibly smart, so you can do things like jump straight into immersive AR experiences. And quickly find all your pictures of dogs, or beaches, or babies.

The Cupertino giant says, it has opened the Neural Engine up to the Core ML platform, so developers can bring powerful, real-time machine learning to their apps — learning that happens on your iPhone devices.

With Enhanced ISP, The image signal processor features a refined depth engine, which captures extraordinary detail in Portrait mode. And with Smart HDR, you’ll notice far greater dynamic range in your photos.

Apple’s A12 Bionic Chip highlight features

  • Rear camera AR

    Faster detection of flat surfaces in a scene lets you jump straight into immersive augmented reality experiences.
  • Front camera AR

    Apps can use the TrueDepth camera and A12 Bionic chip to create rich, detailed backgrounds and generate 3D effects.
  • Immersive gaming

    The new GPU makes all kinds of games — especially 3D, graphics-intensive gameplay — faster and more fluid. iPhone has never been this much fun.
  • Smart HDR

    The enhanced ISP processes even more data from the camera sensor. Which gives you greater dynamic range with better motion freezing, excellent noise reduction in low light and more.
  • Advanced Face ID

    The TrueDepth camera and Neural Engine work together to recognise you — even if you put on a hat, grow a beard or wear glasses.
  • Expressive Memoji

    Together, the A12 Bionic and TrueDepth camera track more than 50 facial muscles to make Memoji that move and react like you.
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A12 Bionic chip in action. The processing power and intelligence of the A12 Bionic make new generation of iPhone devices incredibly capable. But the chip was also designed keeping efficiency in mind. So when you put all that power into play, you still get great battery life.


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