Apple reportedly developing a dedicated Al chip for the iPhone

It is learned Apple has started to work on developing artificial intelligence in order to move the user experience to the next level in Apple’s iPhone models. Here are reported details of the chip developed by Apple for iPhone.

While Apple continues to work for the iPhone 8, which is going to be promoted in September, the level of innovation it will bring to the users continues to be a matter of curiosity. Using the same design from iPhone 6 to iPhone 7 caused an increase in users’ expectations. It was learned that Apple developed different things for new iPhone models.

It is released that Apple has been developing an artificial intelligence chip for the iPhone. According to a newest report shared by Bloomberg, Apple is developing a special chip to perform artificial intelligence tasks on mobile devices such as the iPhone and iPad.

The chip, which will undertake the processing load of advanced algorithms like face and voice recognition, is also expected to increase iPhone’s battery life and overall performance.

It is not known when this particular chip will be used in the new devices. Apple has already begun tests with prototype devices that want to take over the load on the processor and graphics chips that are required for computation.


It is not surprising for the technology followers to see Apple developing an Al chip for the iPhone because of the explanations Tim Cook about the artificial intelligence and enhanced reality for over two decades.

On the other hand, new rumors about the iPhone 8 continue to emerge. Benjamin Geskin, who was leading the way with the release date of the iPhone 8 made important clarifications. iPhone 8 is expected to be released with an unusual design in front of the users this year.

According to Benjamin Geskin, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s models will be introduced with the event to be held on September 17th. Following the introduction, the new iPhones will be available for sale on September 25th.

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