The information leaked from iOS 13 shows that Apples new coprocessor is very similar to the existing M-series chips. Currently, the M-series coprocessors are used in the iPhone, which are responsible for all computing related to device mobility and location.
AppleR1 integrates all the functions supported by the current M-series coprocessors (compass, gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer and microphone) and combines them with Bluetooth 5.1 to support inertial measurement units and camera sensor data, including motion capture and optical tracking. The new Apple R1 (R13) chip will be introduced with the A13 Bionic, the iPhone 11 series.
Source: Product Play Responsible Editor: Yao Liwei_NT6056