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The question we ask in the title is not accidental. If you will buy one of the new Apple smartphones, you need to know something – the units available in the market are not with identical processors. Yes, they all use same new A9 chip, but there is a difference.

In order to deal with the problems in the supply of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple has resorted to two different companies that produce processors for them. Some of the models are with A9 chip from Samsung, and another are made by TSMC. The difference is not in their power, but rather in productivity. From the forums and Chinese sites has information that after benchmark tests smartphones show higher consumption of battery in the Samsung chips. Those of TSMC operate at least at lower degrees and added about two hours of battery life.

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Of course, the benchmark test can’t be compared with the actual use of a smartphone by the user. And yet, maybe you will be interesting, once you grab the new iPhone 6s or 6S Plus, to find out which of the two processor owns it. You can do this by downloading the free application Lirum Device Info Lite.

When you run it, you get information about the device, including its processor. If it writes model N66AP (at iPhone 6s Plus) or N71AP (iPhone 6s), this means the chip is produced by Samsung, and probably the battery will last less, and the phone will work at a higher temperature. Accordingly, if the place of the CPU model wrote N66MAP or N71MAP, he is made by TSMC.

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