Apple unveiled its new iPhone XS flagship yesterday and the entire world is talking about it. This new iPhone will represent the best that Apple has to offer until next year and therefore, Apple has made sure to equip it with a brand-new A12 Bionic chip.
This chip increases the overall power of iPhone XS when compared to last year’s iPhone X. Not just that, but the A12 Bionic chip also brings a GPU that is 50% faster than iPhone X.
The Elders Scrolls: Blades
Apple wanted to make sure that everyone understands just how powerful the new A12 Bionic chip is and decided to show the not-yet released The Elder Scrolls: Blades mobile game.
This mobile game was unveiled by Bethesda during the E3 event and its described as a “uniquely mobile experience with console-quality graphics”. Therefore, this game requires a powerful smartphone in order to run and iPhone XS has all the necessary hardware power.
Showing Off iPhone XS
We have to admit that Apple’s idea to show off the performances of iPhone XS by running The Elder Scrolls: Blades was a great idea. The mobile game has yet to launch and Bethesda has millions of fans who are going to check out iPhone XS just because Apple has proven that The Elder Scrolls: Blades will run on it.
Apple Teaming Up with Bethesda
We can’t stop from wondering if Apple is going to get into partnership with Bethesda and launch The Elder Scrolls: Blades as an iPhone XS exclusive title for a limited period of time.
This could prove to be true since Samsung did the exact same thing with Epic Games when it convinced the game developer to launch Fortnite for Android as an exclusive Galaxy Note 9 title for one week.