A crucial reveal by Steve Hemmerstoffer on Twitter has informed Apple fans of the RAM and battery capacities of the new iPhones.
A crucial reveal by serial leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer on Twitter has informed Apple fans of the RAM and battery capacities of its recently launched, new iPhones. The Cupertino, California based company usually never sheds light on the RAM details, however the leak revealed a development that is massively significant for understanding the sheer smoothness and speed of the devices.
Screenshots from the phones’ TENNA listing shows that the iPhone 11 series will be getting a major upgrade in terms of battery, while the higher end iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are getting an upgrade to a beastly size of RAM.
The iPhone 11 series runs on the company’s new A13 chipset, which is set to have new matrix multiplication routines. It must be noted that during the launch, the company had said that this would be fast enough to outpace all android devices, here and to come for the next two years at least.
For those who care about these details #Apple never share officially, seems like:— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 12, 2019
- #iPhone11 = 4GB RAM + 3110mAh battery (Xr = 3GB + 2942mAh)
- #iPhone11Pro = 6GB RAM + 3190mAh battery (Xs = 4GB RAM + 2658mAh)
- #iPhone11ProMax = 6GB RAM + 3500mAh (Xs Max = 4GB RAM + 3174mAh)
At 4GB of RAM and 3110mAh of battery, the iPhone 11 has improved from last year’s iPhone Xr, launched in the same price range with 3GB of RAM and only 2,942 mAh of battery. Even the Pro and Pro Max are also a level up from last year’s iPhone Xs and Xs max. These had 4GB of RAM and 2658mAh and 3174mAh of battery, respectively.
According to a report by 9to5 Mac, this leak is still unconfirmed. However, the geekbench scroes for iPhone 11 Pro are 5472 (Single Core) and 13769 (Multi-core). The older, A12 chipset on iPhone Xs showed scores of 4,780 and 11,250, respectively.