Apple's launch of the iPhone 5S, the high-end device in the company's one-two smartphone punch, brings the first 64-bit mobile device to the market. What's unclear is whether the 64-bit smartphone will be much of a selling point for anyone who doesn't play Infinity Blade.
Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing chief, talked up the iPhone 5S' graphics capability and raw processing power. The A7 processor that powers the new iPhone is Open GL/ES 3.0 for gaming. In a nutshell, the new iPhone can run graphics intensive applications well.