No other phone is like iPhone.
Only when hardware and software are designed together can they truly work together.
Apple teams design the world’s best products, with the most innovative displays, chips, cameras, operating systems, and services. But just as important, the teams collaborate so that all the components of iPhone work together efficiently and beautifully.
While this might seem like an obvious way to work, no other smartphone is made this way. And it makes all the difference.
It means that the camera team can work with the chip team to leverage the power of the A13 Bionic. So that when you frame a shot, the ISP and Neural Engine identify faces in the frame. Detect specific features. And optimize for lighting, white balance, and more before you even tap the shutter.
This is the kind of stuff you’d never even know is happening. You just see the result — the shot you wanted, with more detail, true-to-life color, and dynamic range than you would have thought possible from a smartphone.
All-day battery life.
When the software teams build features, they tailor their algorithms to optimize for performance and efficiency on the chip — and vice versa.1
The simplicity of Apple Pay.
Double-clicking the side button links directly to the Face ID system and confirms your intent to pay. That kind of simplicity is only possible when hardware and software are designed together.
AR like you’ve never seen.
iOS 13 and the advanced hardware in iPhone are at the heart of the largest AR platform in the world. And ARKit 3 makes it easier for developers to create immersive interactive experiences.