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I am not going to bore you with the publicly known facts about the iPhone 5S, just the interesting bits that make Apple’s belief about great execution more important than winning the hardware war.
The most interesting bit about the iPhone 5S lies in its new processor dubbed the A7. I think Apple didn’t brag much about its success in bringing the first 64-bit processor into a smartphone — although many blogs pointed out that the move to 64-bit architecture would be concerning to the RAM. 32-bit architecture-based CPU’s can only address a maximum of 4GB RAM, but it is much more than that. On average, Apple takes two years to double the amount of RAM in its iDevices. Based on this, it would not be wrong to say that it will be at least four years from now when Apple needs more than 4GB RAM in its iDevices.
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