Remarkable processor detail for iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11Pro Max before launch
New information for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max will be introduced on September 10th. The phones seem to be more advanced than they seem.
IPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, this time we hear that the latest Galaxy Note 10 will come with a body color similar to the Aura Glow color option. According to the latest information from the iOS 13 beta, the models have a new auxiliary processing unit called “R1”. Directly integrated into the A13 Bionic, this auxiliary processor is focused on the location of the phone according to technical analysis. As you know A-Series processors already have “M-Series” auxiliary processors. They collect data from the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass and improve performance by separating this sensor data from the main central processing unit. The task of this new R1 is to belirleme determine the location / location of the phone ”. This will be used directly for the follow-up accessory to be introduced on September 10.
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This Tag Apple accessory includes R1 co-processor and UWB support for 2019 iPhones. UWB technology is said to be much more precise than Bluetooth LE and WiFi at the location point. The technology, which reduces the 5-meter positioning accuracy in the interior to 5-10 cm, measures the transfer time of the radio waves between the two devices and thus enables very precise positioning. The R1 processor, which seems to take on the power required for these processes, gives the impression that it will assume the AR, augmented reality side of the process. With AR, lost objects can be found visually on the camera.
The main innovation for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max will be in the camera
Behind the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max is a triple camera system. This year, the ultra-wide-angle camera, which will finally Apple, is expected to offer a special night mode here. The company, which lags behind the competition by the camera, seems ambitious in this regard for its new models.