As Apple’s iPhone 5C event is coming near, some new things about the new device are being revealed. According to the new report, iPhone 5S’ A7 processor will be running at about 31% faster than the iPhone 5’s A6 chip.
It is also reported that some of the iPhone 5S prototypes include 64-bit processors. The 64-bit processing will make transparencies, animations, and other iOS 7 graphics appear much more smooth.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the transformation to 64-bit processors will likely to happen in the near future. It may be possible that Apple could be testing the 64-bit chips on iPhone 5 or 5S for the possible 2014 iOS devices.
iPhone 5S would also include a new dedicated chi[ for ‘motion tracking’. Besides a new processor, iPhone 5S is likely to have a fingerprint sensor. But all this Apple’s goal isn’t going to happen in this year.
According to the Analyst, iPhone 5C will have very similar internal features, but with a rumoured plastic case.