Recently we visit Asia and asked Apple’s suppliers. Barclays analysts have deduced Apple will outfit next year’s iPhone 12 Pro and Max smartphones. They are having six GB of RAM, up from four GB of RAM in the current iPhone 11 Pro and Max models.
Expectation: Maybe the base model of the iPhone 12 has 4GB of RAM, just like the current iPhone 11.
It’s a good reason behind the supposed decision to strength the RAM. Because we know to add more RAM to a smartphone taxes the battery. In my opinion, the next iPhone will either bring additional lenses to the camera system. Or it may be feature improved increase reality capability via the rear camera (or both).
Additional RAM may be needed for just those enhancements. Make sure, if you will have iPhone 7 Plus having 3GB of RAM versus 2GB of RAM for the regular iPhone 7. Just because a dual-lens imaging system requires more RAM for photo processing than a single camera system on the iPhone 7.
According to Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis and his associates:
They are writing that both iPhone 12 Pro and Max models should contain rear 3D sensing cameras and mmWave support for 5G networking.
“While the iPhone 12 is also expected to be 5G-enabled. But the analysts did not indicate whether the device will support mmWave, sub-6GHz or both,” notes MacRumors.
As for the rumored “iPhone SE 2,” the analysts believe mass production will kick off in February 2020.
Confirming previous reports:
Curtis & Co. are expecting a phone resembling the iPhone 8 has a 4.7-inch display and a Touch ID-enabled Home button. But in the iPhone SE 2 has the latest A13 Bionic chip and features three gigabytes of RAM.
Provided such a product is in the works, would you be interested in the next iPhone SE?
Let us know by sharing your thoughts in the comments down below.