When Apple announced the iPhone 5, it left us in the dark regarding some specs like the processor and RAM memory. Anandtech have now done a bit of digging, and revealed that the new Apple A6 System-on-Chip is Apple’s own design, and manufactured by Samsung. The A6 is using math units too new to be found in an ARM Cortex-A9 design, but still doesn’t include those found in a soon-to-be-released Cortex-A15 design. Anandtech also writes that the new design comes with 1GB of DRAM, clocked at 1,066MHz. The DRAM module used in the iPhone 5 is capable of 8,528MB/sec, which is roughly a 33 percent boost over the 6,400MB/sec rating for the RAM in the iPhone 4S.Read more: via
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