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Carrizo vs. Kaveri: Which low-end AMD CPU is a better buy?

Carrizo vs. Kaveri: Which low-end AMD CPU is a better buy? When AMD launched its Carrizo CPU refresh last year, it made it clear that the chip would focus almost entirely on notebooks rather than desktops.The big-picture takeaway on Carrizo versus Kaveri at the CPU level is this: There’s a solid group of tests where Carrizo shows real efficiency improvements over Kaveri.

The iPhone 7’s new A10 Fusion: quad-core, high-efficiency, and a more powerful GPU

The iPhone 7’s new A10 Fusion: quad-core, high-efficiency, and a more powerful GPU What we do know is that the new A10 is a quad-core, 3.3-billion transistor CPU (the A9 CPU contained more than two billion transistors) with an estimated 40% performance advantage over A9 (according to Apple).

iPhone 7 review roundup: A very good iPhone, but not a clean leap forward

iPhone 7 review roundup: A very good iPhone, but not a clean leap forward Battery life has improved by 47 minutes between the new iPhone 7 and the iPhone 6s and 122 minutes between the iPhone 6s Plus and the iPhone 7 Plus.” None of the published reviews state that this is enough of a reason to avoid the iPhone 7 altogether.

Apple may integrate new custom ARM cores into future Macs, but an x86 swap is still unlikely

Apple may integrate new custom ARM cores into future Macs, but an x86 swap is still unlikely Offloading OS functions to an ARM CPU in low power mode would intertwine x86 and ARM cores together in the same system much more tightly than is currently the case.Instead of reprogramming Apple Pay and Touch ID for macOS, Apple put an ARM core running watchOS in the MacBook Pro.