This year, the cheap version of iPhone may not carry A12 chips.


This year, the cheap version of iPhone may not carry A12 chips.

Early on August 23, Beijing time, Sina Technologies News reported that this week, starting September 10, Apple will launch new hardware products, including Apple Watch, the new iPad Pro, and three new iPhones. Apple's new iPhone is expected to carry A12 chips. However, the latest exposure code shows that this may not be the case.

Although new high-end iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will use A12 processors, cheaper LCD models may not. Known as the iPhone xx or the iPhone 9.7, the N84 seems to be a 6.1-inch screen phone with the processor using the previous A10 Fusion. This processor is used in iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. However, the code also confirms that the mobile phone will use full screen design.

Recent information also suggests that the phone could be simply called the iPhone (2018), with 3GB RAM, similar to the iPhone 7 Plus. But the difference is that the new product only carries a rear camera. In addition, the TouchID will be replaced by the updated FaceID, and the corresponding sensors will be placed in the bang above the screen. (Li Li)


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