Seven years ago, on January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs introduced the first iPhone to the public: the iPhone is 7 years old . One can be tempted to say that it was then that the telephone was reinvented. See in the infographic below, prepared by Mashable and Statista , seven facts about the seven-year-old iPhone. As of September 2013, Apple has sold over 420 million units of its smartphone. The iPhone sells so well that it accounts for 53% of Apple's total revenue. The iPhone alone generates more revenue than all of Microsoft, Coca-Cola, and Disney. Thanks to the iPhone, Apple reaps more than 50% of the profits from the smartphone market. In 2013, the App Store generated $10 billion in revenue. Since 2008, more than 50 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store, and Apple has paid over $15 billion to app developers.
IPhone 5s is 20 percent. lighter and 40 percent more powerful than the first iPhone. We can't say who did it. Or how exactly. But we can say: this is not the work of an alien civilization. – this is how NVIDIA explains the unexplained phenomenon in its January 5 press release. In unexplained circumstances, an agroglyph (i.e. crop circles) appeared in barley fields in the United States. They immediately caused a wave of suspicion and were interpreted by executive list many scientists specializing in this type of phenomena. Unfortunately, the phenomenon could not be explained. Only Braille experts saw the number 192 in the mysterious sign - in NVIDIA's intention referring to the number of cores of the Tegra K1 graphics processor, based on the Kepler architecture (the fastest graphics processor in the world - GeForce GTX 780 Ti). As you can guess, the phenomenon was commented on very loudly and people tried to see the interference of extraterrestrials right away. How was it really? NVIDIA Tegra K1 NVIDIA Tegra K1 The mystery circles turned out to be the perfect teaser for NVIDIA's 192-core Tegra K1 mobile processor.
The company hired the world's top crop circle artists to place an image of the latest mobile chip in a barley field near Salinas, California, two hours south of San Francisco. See behind the scenes of the formation of mysterious crop circles in the video below. Salinas Crop Circle - Behind the Scenes with NVIDIA - Dec 2013 About the NVIDIA Tegra K1 Mobile Processor From the manufacturer of the mobile processor nvidiapl: TEGRA K1 - THE WORLD'S MOST ADVANCED MOBILE PROCESSOR The innovative new Tegra K1 processor features the same high-performance, low-power, NVIDIA Kepler™-based GPU powering the world's fastest supercomputers and gaming PCs. This means that with any mobile device powered by Tegra K1 you can count on even more amazing graphics performance, massive processing power and truly unique features.
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