There’s no denying that the Apple A11 Bionic chip found in the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X is one heck of a powerful chip. Benchmarks have seen the six-core chip beating even the likes of Apple’s own Intel Core i-powered MacBook Pro, iPad Pro and most Android phones. Now, Apple has released an iPhone X video that highlights the A11 Bionic chip and its gaming prowess.
The entertaining and engaging clip shows a student walking down the street playing the popular game Vainglory on his iPhone X. The game characters come to life and startattacking him. He tries to fend them off in the real world.
The A11 Bionic is Apple’s most powerful chip ever. Made on a 10nm process, the six-core 2.4GHz chip comprises two performance cores and four high-efficiency cores. The chip is 20 percent faster than the A10 Fusion chip in high performance tasks and 70 percent faster in high-efficiency tasks.
The new Apple-designed multi-core GPU is also 30 percent faster than the A10 Fusion, while using half the power.
The A11 Bionic chip is unique because two of its cores are dedicated to a neural engine that’s capable of processing more than 600 billion operations per second. It also powers Face ID and other machine learning tasks.
The latest Apple iPhone X ad follows others in the series – FaceID, Animoji, Portrait Mode and Portrait Lighting. It will be shown on TV and social networks.
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