The iPhone 6 has been long-rumoured with a number of features, the latest of which is that it will come with a new A8 processor from Apple.

This new Apple A8 processor is rumoured to come with a 64-bit architecture, and is reported to be both dual-core and clocked at 2.0GHz, which is a huge jump from the previous 1.3GHz A7 processor that is featured in the current iPhone.

The rumour also suggests that the new processor will also be manufactured with a 20-nm processor, rather than the current 28-nm process that is used for the Apple A7 processor.

Rumours also suggest that Apple have selected Samsung and TSMC to manufacture the new processors.

This is both exciting and disappointing, as we would prefer if the iPhone would come with processor that are similar to the current Android devices, which often feature octa-core and quad-core processors.

As of yet there’s nothing official about the iPhone 6, or what features it will include, however we expect that we will find out more official information sometime this fall, to release alongside the recently announced 1OS 8 update.

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