Apple events are some of the most eagerly anticipated on the planet, with everyone keen to get a look at what’s coming next in the tech world.
And again, Apple’s latest show was watched by millions around the world, who got to check out the latest devices from the renowned manufacturer. But, what does all this mean for gaming?
As far as gaming goes, the devices of interest at the Apple invent include the new iPad and iPad mini, and the various versions of the iPhone 13, Apple’s latest flagship smartphone.
One of the immediate takeaways is the improvement where battery life is concerned. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini will come with larger batteries, meaning gamers can play for longer.
And, while the screen sizes will remain the same as what we saw on the iPhone 12 series, there is another notable improvement for those who enjoy gaming on their Apple devices to take notice of.
The 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays will now feature an improved refresh rate, making gaming a more seamless and visually impressive experience.
And purchaser’s of a handset from the new iPhone range will be pleased to hear that it will be the A15 Bionic chip onboard, which packs a punch in the power stakes, handling the most demanding of gaming content, amongst other things.
The six cores will deliver unrivalled performance, with a specific selection of power going to artificial intelligence algorithms.
Of course, you’ll also get Wifi and 5G connectivity on the iPhone 13 range. Live games and their hosts rely on exceptionally stable streaming software and advanced technology, much like what Apple is bringing to market here with their connectivity to keep their players enthralled with what they are doing.
For portability and everything that comes with it, it’s the iPhone 13s that will be of most interest to gamers who are fans of Apple products.
However, CEO Tim Cook also announced a couple of new iPads, which are ideal for some. The standard iPad will come with more power after the inclusion of a faster A13 processor, which is fantastic news.
Of the new iPad’s, the iPad mini could be the more ideal fit for gamers on the go because of its portability.
In addition, its onboard 5G connectivity and the Apple stylus being compatible will be a dream for those playing arcade games and at online casinos.
And, as always, you’re getting the high-quality components and finish that Apple is renowned for, meaning you can be a mobile gamer and make a statement simultaneously.
The improvements are there that will enable the delivery of a better all-round gaming experience, especially with the new iPhone 13s, which will start to ship soon.
The buzzword is power, with better chips included in multiple devices and longer battery life. It could prove to be enough for anyone considering upgrading from last year’s range or looking for a new device in general.
And the solid foundations of 5G connectivity are still in place.