We begin to know the power of the A13 chip and the successor of the iPhone XR — 2022

There is hardly a week left to find out everything new that Apple will present to us. All this will be in a special event on September 10, in which the main novelty is expected to be the new iPhone. Precisely with regard to these products we have learned today information that, if it were real, would be very relevant, given that it is about the power and performance of the new microprocessor that these devices would incorporate. This information, which we detail below, refers specifically to the model that would replace the current iPhone XR.

The iPhone 11, successor to the iPhone XR, would have 4GB of RAM

Benchmarks are a series of analyzes that give devices a score based on their performance and power. The analyzes are performed through various tools. Although these have been more common for computer comparisons, the truth is that in recent years smartphones have also been going through these analyzes due to the relevance that smartphones have begun to gain.processors that mount the iPhone. One of the best known tools is Geekbench, which would have thrown a first result for iPhone 11 as reported from Bloomberg .

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The iPhone 11, which would presumably be called the replacement for the iPhone XR as opposed to the iPhone 11 Pro, would have been the device analyzed in the benchmarks. Although these are hypotheses, since the name given to this device in the analysis is iPhone 12,1 and your operating system is iOS 13.1 , version that is currently in beta phase. Another piece of information for the curious is the team's plate identifier, which is N104AP .

One of the first details that would have been revealed would be the RAM memory capacity of this device, a fact that Apple itself never officially reveals. So this iPhone 11 would have 4GB of RAM , which would mean a 1GB increase compared to the 3GB of the current iPhone XR. It should be noted that the iPhone XS and XS Max currently also have 4GB of RAM, therefore we could see the iPhone 11 Pro get a boost too .

As for the chip A13 we verified that, like its predecessor the A12 Bionic, it has 6 cores and an identical or at least very similar configuration . Two of the cores would be for high-performance processes and the remaining four for high-efficiency processes. The final score received by these nuclei is 11,294 , a higher result but very close to the 11,192 given to the A12 chip.

In this way, and despite not having tested the devices in daily use, we see that the A13 chip would be very much in line with recent years, improving performance but without finding a great change either , though if, for example, you don't wantchange the screen of your iPhone XR manually, this iPhone 11 is a great option to change devices. This should not be bad news either, because the chips that Apple incorporates in the iPhone are usually among the best on the market, capable of giving very good performance even years later. Precisely the fact of having processors of this quality is what allows Apple to continue updating the software of its devices for at least 4 years.

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