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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The details answered a question that Linley Group analyst Linley Gwennap had about the A5 chip that powers the iPhone 4S: why is it so big? Larger processors are more expensive and can consume more power, and chip designers strive to trim every last square millimeter from their designs. "Even after accounting for the dual Cortex-A9 CPUs and the large GPU that provides the A5 with industry-leading 3D graphics performance, the remaining die area seems too large for the usual mundane housekeeping logic," Gwennap said in a report yesterday. "To reduce system cost and eliminate the extra package required for the Audience chip, Apple cut a deal to integrate the noise-reduction technology directly into its A5 processor, which appears in the iPhone 4S.".

Audience also said in its filing that its iPhone 4-era technology was good only when the phone was held near the speaker's mouth, Audience's noise-reduction technology built into the iPhone 4S is better, though, "This situation helps explain why Apple does not offer Siri as a software upgrade leather case for apple iphone x and xs - brown on the iPhone 4, Although the older phone includes an Audience chip, the company has since improved its technology to handle 'far-field speech,' which means holding the device at arm's length rather than directly in front of the mouth," Gwennap said..

Siri support has been a contentious issue for some owners of earlier iPhones. Hacks to bring Siri to older iPhones generally require technically complicated measures. Audience said in its filing that its partnership to license its noise-reduction intellectual property (IP) began bearing fruit in the last quarter of 2011. Commencing in the three months ended December 31, 2011, Apple has integrated our processor IP in certain of its mobile phones. Pursuant to our agreement, this OEM [original equipment manufacturer] will pay us a royalty, on a quarterly basis, for the use of our processor IP for all mobile phones in which it is used.

Audience's second-generation technology, which introduced its far-field noise-reduction technology, began shipping in 2011, the company said in its filing, The iPhone 4 arrived in 2010, before far-field was included, A third generation of Audience's noise-reduction technology is on the way, too, and Apple leather case for apple iphone x and xs - brown is a licensee, though Audience cautioned that Apple isn't contractually required to use it, Where it would likely be integrated is within the purported A6 expected to power the purported iPad 3..

"We have granted a similar license to this OEM for a new generation of processor IP; however, this OEM is not obligated to incorporate our processor IP into any of its current or future mobile devices," Audience said. Apple isn't the only customer, though it's certainly the most prestigious. Other customers include HTC, LG, Pantech, Samsung, Sharp, and Sony, Audience said, for products such as Samsung's Galaxy S II, HTC's Titan, and Sony's Tablet S. The Apple partnership has been lucrative for Audience, though the company didn't break out specific numbers.


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