Less obvious is the internal change that opens the 5S iPhone and iOS 7 hand carrying the iOS platform architecture or 64-bit processor technology. This change, although it is probably important – is a foretaste of future architectures in mobile devices – the most notable change since the advent of the iPhone, this is of these ‘technical Internals’ user can ignore quietly, mostly because it takes place in a transparent manner and just works, without having to worry about or do anything.
This change represents a significant increase in the power and above all in the processing capabilities of the Apple mobile platform – change also takes place on the iPad Air-, which enables a number of functions and more demanding and sophisticated for the current and future models, as evidenced by some functions and can be seen in the complexity of the graphics from the latest version of the game Infinity Blade III.
Something similar happens with the M7 processor, dedicated exclusively to collect data from various sensors on your phone, gyroscope, compass or accelerometer: Although immediate advantages its addition to the iOS platform – it is also in the iPad Air-, will be most notable for the user as more programs take advantage of it.
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