Apple’s A10 Fusion optimizes power consumption to give you more battery life

Apple introduced the iPhone 7 today. It’s 40 percent faster than last year’s A9, and twice as fast as the A8. It’s 240 times faster than the first iPhone. More interestingly, it’s a four-core CPU with two high-performance CPU cores and two “high efficiency” cores that run at one fifth the power to save battery life. There’s a configuration switch that will route tasks to the powerful cores or the power-efficiency cores. Overall, the iPhone 7 chip uses two-thirds of the power of the previous generation. So the iPhone 7 battery won’t be significantly bigger, but the phone will consume significantly less battery.

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