We have received details on features of the new iPhones that are to be announced on Tuesday. Last Friday saw iOS 11 Gold Master being leaked. Similarly, latest details are further confirming about the RAM expected in the 3 Apple devices.
To start with, iPhone X is having 5.8-inch OLED display. Both iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus will feature 3 GB RAM. The iPhone 8, on the other hand, packs a 4.7-inch display and 2 GB RAM.
Also, according to Ming-chi Kuo, the KGI Securities analyst, the two larger phones will have 3 GB RAM. Whereas, the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone will have 2 GB RAM.
Furthermore, Kuo said that the 3 new models will deliver 10-15% faster DRAM transfer speed as compared to iPhone 7. Although it is not yet confirmed, if it happens, it will enable better AR performance.
More features of the new iphones…
Both iPhone X and iPhone Plus are featuring dual-lens cameras. Additionally, iPhone X is also offering a new vertical camera setup, which is also quite impressive.
Apple has planned to announce the 3 new iPhones at its event on September 12. Apple officially confirmed the names of these phones in the last weekend. The 5.8-inch OLED model with high-end specs goes by the name iPhone X. The other two models, with smaller display and having designs similar to iPhone 7 and 7 plus, are iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
You can go through further details about iPhone X that have surfaced on the iOS 11 GM. You will receive information on Animoji, A11 processor, Face ID setup, split status bar, Apple Pay with Face ID, and size and design of the model.
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