How to build an iPhone 6 Plus phone case with a 4-core processor
New York Times tech reporter Ben White writes that the iPhone 6S Plus has a faster processor than its predecessor, but that its new chip architecture is not as powerful as the 6S.
This means that you won’t be able to build a phone with an iPhone X or X Plus without upgrading to an iPhone 7, and the 6 Plus won’t have the best screen or processor performance.
The iPhone 6s Plus has an octa-core Snapdragon 835 SoC, while the iPhone 7 Plus has quad-core Intel Atom C30, with up to a 2.7GHz quad-threaded CPU.
Both chips are made by TSMC, which has been producing high-end chips for years.
In a new interview with Ben White, Apple’s senior vice president of engineering Scott Forstall explained that while the phone has more powerful hardware than the 6s, the new architecture will not provide as much horsepower as the iPhone X and X Plus.
Forstall said that the chip architecture of the iPhone 5s and 6s was more powerful than that of the 7 Plus, but he didn’t say how much.
The 7 Plus had a 6-core and a 6+8-core, and that’s more power than the iPhone.
Apple also didn’t specify how much power the iPhone 8 Plus will offer over the iPhone, but the 6+7-core iPhone 8 is expected to offer more power.
The Apple Watch Series 3 also has a smaller battery, but Apple has yet to announce a launch date for the new Series 3.
Forstall said the new Watch Series 4 will be available in January, and we will be getting a better look at the new Apple Watch at WWDC 2017.