One thing that has me very intrigued by the Moto X is Moto's new X8 Computing System, which combines multiple processors for different functions and features for the phone. While the iPhone has done just fine up till now with single and now dual-core processing (and I'm no expert by any means on the subject, merely curiosity's got me here), but I wonder if the next iPhone's chipset would allow something along the lines of a computing system like the Moto X's. Is it possible a quad-core processor could have cores devoted to special functions like natural language processing? That could open the door for a very powerful Siri. I know Apple's been in the news with rumors of them producing their own chip foundry and moving to new suppliers, and I'm just wondering if all that moving and shaking is opening the door for Apple to bring in the next mobile revolution of multi-core/multi-processing mobile computing systems. What do you guys think?