Apple's special event is tomorrow and before the expected iPhone revelation in 2019, a new leak was discovered in iOS 13 that confirms Ultra-Broadband, a key component to finding "Apple Tags".
According to MacRumors an internal build of iOS 1
Apple has introduced coprocessors for its iPhones in the past. like the M series, to process motion data and relieve the main system CPU.
The new & # 39; R1 & # 39; co-processor may replace the M Series. MacRumor's Rose coprocessor will add support for an inertial measurement unit (IMU), Bluetooth 5.1 capabilities, ultra-wideband (UWB) and camera sensor data (including motion detection and optical tracking) to help determine not only where the device is located, but also to secure this sensor data together to find lost Apple tags and to help in processing of People Occlusion from ARKit. "
According to Twitter user" Longhorn ", who contributed to the MacRumor story there is an 8-core CPU called H12 / A13 in upcoming iPhones.
It turns out that there is a H12 / A13 CPU with 8 cores.
– Longhorn (@never_released) September 9, 2019
We are just over 24 hours away from Apple's Special event, which will be broadcast live on YouTube for the first time. Stay up to date tomorrow to find out what Apple has in store for 2019.