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Imagining iPad 5 and iPad mini 2: Touch ID, Apple A7, and M7

Imagining iPad 5 and iPad mini 2: Touch ID, Apple A7, and M7

Analyzing rumors and speculation surrounding Apple's 5th generation iPad and 2nd generation iPad mini chipset and potential fingerprint identity sensor While a lighter design for the iPad 5 and Retina for the iPad mini 2 are dominating conversation, there are some other new features that could...
Strava Run updates to use the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s

Strava Run updates to use the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s

Exercise apps are set to go to a new level with Apple's new M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, and Strava Run is one of the first out of the gate to do so. The latest update to the app brings not only a swish looking new iOS 7 design, but also support for the M7 that promises better accuracy...
Vector 12: Brian Klug on sensor fusion hubs

Vector 12: Brian Klug on sensor fusion hubs

Brian Klug of Anandtech talks to Rene about the new Apple A7 64-bit processor, M7 motion coprocessor, and camera in the new iPhone 5s and how it compares to the latest tech from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and more. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS Download...

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Breeze for iPhone 5s

Breeze, by the makers of RunKeeper, aims to keep you moving in style

There's a new motion tracking app in town, and it's from the developers of the highly popular RunKeeper app and service. Breeze, by FitnessTracker, utilizes the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s to monitor your movement and provide you with updates and motivation throughout the day. That M7...
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ARGUS fitness tracker adds Fitbit import, Bluetooth heart rate monitor support and more

One of the very first apps out of the gate with M7 Motion Coprocessor support was ARGUS, and today it gets another big update which among other things adds support for Bluetooth heart rate monitors and Fitbit data import. Here's what else is new: Social with Close Friends Changing the...
Runtime can track lots of info about your workouts and walks, complete with support for the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor

Runtime can track all your run/walk data, complete with support for the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor

Runtime is a new run/walk tracker for iPhone that was completely designed with iOS 7 in mind. You can plot and track your runs so you can perform them again later if you'd like. Runtime also supports the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor to allow you to use Runtime as a general purpose pedometer...

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Breeze, by the makers of RunKeeper, aims to keep you moving in style

There's a new motion tracking app in town, and it's from the developers of the highly popular RunKeeper app and service. Breeze, by FitnessTracker, utilizes the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s to monitor your movement and provide you with updates and motivation throughout the day. That M7 data is constantly and consistently being tracked by iOS anyway, so you can install Breeze now for free and have a week's worth of data right off the bat.

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ARGUS fitness tracker adds Fitbit import, Bluetooth heart rate monitor support and more

One of the very first apps out of the gate with M7 Motion Coprocessor support was ARGUS, and today it gets another big update which among other things adds support for Bluetooth heart rate monitors and Fitbit data import.

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Moves for iPhone bumps to 2.0, includes M7 support on iPhone 5s

Moves, an activity tracking application for iPhone has been bumped today to version 2.0, bringing with it perhaps most importantly support for the M7 Motion Coprocessor on the iPhone 5s. The benefit here for iPhone 5s owners is that the hardware will now be tracking your activities, and as such should remove battery hogging worries from previous versions. The new battery saving mode also promises in addition an increase of up to 40% in battery life.

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Runtime can track all your run/walk data, complete with support for the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor

Runtime is a new run/walk tracker for iPhone that was completely designed with iOS 7 in mind. You can plot and track your runs so you can perform them again later if you'd like. Runtime also supports the iPhone 5s' M7 motion co-processor to allow you to use Runtime as a general purpose pedometer too.

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Imagining iPad 5 and iPad mini 2: Touch ID, Apple A7, and M7

While a lighter design for the iPad 5 and Retina for the iPad mini 2 are dominating conversation, there are some other new features that could make an appearance in Apple's next-generation tablets, including Touch ID, the fingerprint identify sensor. Of course, Touch ID requires the new Apple A7 chipset and its secure enclave to work, but that's a likely addition anyway, at least to the full-sized iPad. And with the A7 also comes the possibility of the Apple M7 motion-coprocessor. Would that make sense for a tablet? Would any of it? Let's take a look!

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Strava Run updates to use the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s

Exercise apps are set to go to a new level with Apple's new M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, and Strava Run is one of the first out of the gate to do so. The latest update to the app brings not only a swish looking new iOS 7 design, but also support for the M7 that promises better accuracy and better battery consumption on your runs:

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Vector 12: Brian Klug on sensor fusion hubs

Brian Klug of Anandtech talks to Rene about the new Apple A7 64-bit processor, M7 motion coprocessor, and camera in the new iPhone 5s and how it compares to the latest tech from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and more.

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Could or should Apple use the iPhone 5s M7 motion coprocessor to lock out texting while driving?

I've been asked several times this week whether Apple could or should use the new M7 motion coprocessor chip in the iPhone 5s to lockout features like texting if it detects you're driving. It's an interesting idea but not a particularly workable one, at least not yet.

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Apple announces new M7 co-processor for use with health and motion apps

Apple has announced the addition of an M7 co-processor at their live iPhone event today. The co-processor technology will assist in continuously measuring motion in a better and smarter way. This will open up the door to much better fitness and apps that deal with motion specifically.

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