Apple buys edge-based firm for $200m
Apple has acquired Xnor.ai, a Seattle based startup specialised in low-power, edge-based artificial intelligence tools for around $200 million.
"Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans." said Apple in a statement given to GeekWire.
Xnor.ai's work is expected to be be incorporated into future iPhones, improving Siri and other AI and machine learning-based tasks.
6GB RAM iPhones?
Meanwhile, a new research note from UBS analysts Timothy Arcuri and Munjal Shah claimed that Apple will be launching four new iPhones this year and at least two of them are expected to come with 6GB RAM while other two will have 4GB.
The analysts also revealed camera details for all the four would-be iPhones.
The 5.4-inch iPhone will have a dual-camera setup with 4GB RAM and the lower end six-inch iPhone will also feature dual rear cameras and 4GB RAM, MacRumors reported.
Meanwhile, the high-end six-inch iPhone is expected to feature a triple rear camera setup with 3D sensing and 6GB RAM pack. The 6.7-inch iPhone will also have the same cameras and RAM.
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