The iPhone 5 presentation is scheduled for September 12. There is nothing left and we will see the real product. Despite the fact that over the past couple of days we have learned almost everything about the long-awaited "smart" phone from Apple. The only thing we weren't sure about was the processor that Apple engineers would install in this device.
Apple was expected to use the familiar Apple A5, or Apple A5X, which was previously used in the third generation iPad. However, quite unexpectedly, likely photo confirmations have surfaced on the net today that a completely new chip called the Apple A6 will be installed in the iPhone 5. Almost simultaneously, images of the processor were posted by two Internet resources dedicated to Apple devices - Macrumors and 9to5Mac.
In the comments to the photos, it is argued that the “A6” marking on the chip itself may well serve as proof that Apple engineers have really prepared a new family of microprocessors that may appear in iOS gadgets in the near future, incl. in the next generation of iPhone.
It is a pity that the presented images are of rather poor quality, so it is difficult to confirm or deny their authenticity. But, nevertheless, these are the first pictures of a mobile processor, presumably belonging to the iPhone 5.