iPhone 11 may feature new R1 co-processor – here’s why it’s a big deal

Apple’s iPhone 11 handsets are likely to feature a brand new processor, alongside the new A13 series chips, according to reports on Monday.

Ahead of the 2019’s handsets’ official unveiling on September 10, the company has built a new co-processor codenamed Rose and R1, MacRumors reports.

The site says, based upon evidence spotted in an internal iOS 13 build, the new processor will perform a similar task to the M-series motion co-processor, only recording more (and more accurate) data.

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