iPhone 5S – A7 quad-core chip with 2 GB RAM and iOS 7 with new features

On February 19, 2013

For most of it’s hard to think that Apple would be willing to implement a quad-core chip in the iPhone 5S, an image appeared on the Internet seems to us that Apple is preparing A7 chip, a quad-core processor for the next iPhone. The image below can be very easy to trick, and the mark on its face seems to be not so natural, so look at it as a rumor which seems unlikely at present, but only in light of the fact that the iPhone 5S would use a quad-core processor.

Those who obtain the picture says that board from the image above with the A7 chip would have a quad-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, PowerVR SGX554MP4 graphics chip with 4 cores and 2 GB RAM. This impressive hardware would be accompanied by Siri that would provide superior functionality of the iOS 6, can control a higher functionality of the operating system. News of iOS 7 does not stop there though because Apple would implement widgets, most likely in Springboard, and would improve the Notifications Center launched 2 years ago.

To be honest, I only believe two things: the iPhone 5S will have an A7 chip and that Siri will have additional functions.