IPhone7 in the FPGA chip to reveal Apple’s future Artificial intelligence trends

The future, we may view more focus on Apple‘s artificial cleverness chip appears in the iphone

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Each technology of new iphone will soon be disassembled after the release, although the iphone 7 compared to the iphone 6s in the types of components and not much change, nonetheless that does not mean that dismantling isn’t any surprise, maybe we will Located some extremely forward-looking new areas.
Recently, according to Chipworks introduced, iphone 7 provides you with an FPGA chip, the chip from Levin Lattice Semiconductor, FPGA field-programmable checkpoint array . It is a kind of semi-custom circuit in the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) field. It is characterized by logic customization, low power consumption, beyond Cpu in the calculation of matrix calculation and activation function. With large data processing and handbook Intelligence and other aspects have very big useless. However, the built-in FPGA chip in the phone is very uncommon. Prior to this, Samsung Galaxy S5 has produced a FPGA chip.

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Research analyst Tirias Research Clayville mentioned the built-in iphone 7Of the FPGA chip, Kelai Weier that the chip discovered the future of Apple in the AI and also AR, VR and other areas of the trend. Because doing so means that Apple is ready to use it to jog the machine learning algorithm, visualize Apple’s recent focus on health care in the foreseeable future, we may see Apple will be better to shut to the user’s life of man-made intelligence technology, such as for health monitoring , To provide health solutions.
The future, we may see more focused on artificial intellect Apple chip appears in the iphone.

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