When Apple unveils its new iPhones on Tuesday, their A13 series chips may feature a new piece of silicon. According to MacRumors, code within an internal build of iOS 13 the website obtained contain references to a new co-processor codenamed "Rose" and "R1." Like the iPhone's current 'Motion' co-processor, which Apple debut alongside the iPhone 5S in 2013, the new chip will reportedly use sensor data to provide iOS with a picture of the iPhone's physical location. Where Rose improves on its predecessor is that it will have access to significantly more sensor information. In addition to compass, gyroscope and accelerometer data, MacRumors says the chip will pull information from the iPhone's inertial measurement unit (IMU), Bluetooth 5.1 chip and the new ultra-wideband (UWB) radio that Apple has reportedly built into all three 2019 models.