Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Goodbye forever! The iPhone 5 is already obsolete (and not the only one)


Today begins a new era in the Apple environment and some old known as the iPhone 5 say goodbye forever . Because today is the big day, the keynote where we will see the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3, MacOS High Sierra and iOS 11 , the latest operating system for iPhone and iPad that brings great news. Among them, that leaves behind the era of the 32 bits. Ojito, because many apps will also stop being compatible .
It's a painful but necessary farewell. However, you have to look to the future and this iOS 11 is loaded with technologies that surprise and excite us . We speak of the facial recognition that we will use both to unlock the terminal, make payments. But we will also know the augmented reality thanks to ARKit, a new renovated control center, a more productive multitask than ever ... But for that, it is necessary to say goodbye.
Although we have already seen iOS 11 in WWDC 2017 and since June we have been observing its variations with the betas program, it is expected to be the 20th of September when the Golden Master iOS 11 is available for download to the public, of course for devices that are compatible . And this is when the nasty news comes .

Goodbye to 32-bit architecture, goodbye to the iPhone 5

From the A7 chip, Apple devices have 64-bit processors . A change in its architecture that Android also made with Snapdragon 410 from Qualcomm. Now, Apple is also the first firm that takes the step in leaving behind an era.
But devices with an A6 chip will be declared obsolete. Yes, we are talking about the iPad 4, the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5 , the most successful of this list. Well, they will all be out of the updates and will be declared obsolete by Apple. The iPhone 5 was a magnificent mobile and it marked an era in terms of design in Apple. Behind him, the iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s and even the current iPhone SE have acquired that sturdy and compact aesthetic. Also, it is not ruled out that there is a second edition of the iPhone SE with the same design .
Goodbye and thanks for all iPhone 5!
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