Barely a few months after the launch of the iPhone 11, its successor is at the center of all the rumors. And the first information that is starting to circulate is as usual particularly tempting …
“In 2020, put an iPhone in your hand”. That’s what appears to be Apple’s resolution for this new year, with the announced releases of no less than five different models. Including the famous iPhone 9, a more accessible model in the line of the SE which was released in 2016.
In addition to the iPhone 9, which would therefore be released after the X and 11, fans of the logical sequence (and therefore not fans of Star wars) will be reassured to know that the iPhone 12 will also be released in the next few months, presumably in September 2020. And while the iPhone 11 has been released in three different versions, four models will be offered for the iPhone 12 The first with a 5.4 inch screen, two with a 6.1 inch screen and finally the Pro Max version with a 6.7 inch screen. To distinguish all these models, the two “Pro” versions, one of the 6.1-inch models and the 6.7-inch one, would notably be equipped with a triple photo sensor (against a double on the other two), but above all of 6 GB of RAM. A first on iPhone.
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These are in any case the forecasts of Timothy Arcuri and Munjal Shah, two financial analysts at UBS, whose report was reproduced on the site always well informed MacRumors. This diversification of the offer seems completely consistent and corresponds to previous forecasts issued by experts, as well as the other rumor announcing that each of these models of iPhone 12 will be compatible with the long-awaited 5G.
Currently, the iPhone 11, even in its Pro Max version, only offers 4 GB of RAM. As a reminder, RAM is the device’s random access memory, or the short-term storage medium for your data. The larger it is, the smoother your smartphone will be able to multitask and run different programs simultaneously. If you’re the type to go through 17 apps in 30 seconds and post content to all your social networks in a minute, while watching a Netflix series and replying to your emails, you definitely need RAM, so you don’t have to struggle. .