iPhone 9 Comes with a A12 Fusion chipset and New Improvements

If the title of this article raises some questions for you, just know that it’s completely understandable. The iPhone 8 isn’t even officially announced yet, and we’re already talking about the iPhone 9? It seems ridiculous, but bear with us because there might just be something great at hand here. So, first things first: Apple has recently had its annual WWDC in San Jose, California, and during that event a lot of new products have been announced. But the iPhone 8 is still in the dark pretty much, although many people expect it to come at the end of this year.

So keeping with the tradition of one smartphone per year, the iPhone 9 will be released in 2018, unless the iPhone 8 is actually delayed (which shouldn’t happen due to its anniversary status, but alas). The iPhone 9 already seems promising, and there is one amazing reason for that. If you’re interested in this rumor, keep reading to find out what we’re talking about. But, as always, remember that this is just word of mouth and whatnot, so be sure to take it with a grain of salt and don’t get your hopes up.

Chipset Extravaganza

The iPhone 9 will supposedly run on the A12 Fusion chipset, which will be even better than the A11 Fusion, of course. And there are a few good reasons for that. First of all, the A12 Fusion will be powered by robust Imagine Technology hardware. There will be a lot of brand new partnerships that Apple will strike up, apparently. In fact, they are already in the making. So this will ensure that the technology behind the A12 Fusion chipset is the best that there can possibly be.

Other than that, we’ll have to wait a while and see.

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