All three models of iPhone this year will get 3 GB of RAM, according to Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri. According to him, the smartphones will support technology of quick charging.
Swept aside that the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch version of the iPhone sample is 2017 will receive the same amount of flash memory that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus – 32, 128 and 256 GB. The premium option with a 5.8-inch display will be available in configurations with 64 GB and 256 GB. The model will also boast a larger battery.
It is noteworthy that these data contradict the report of the Taiwanese company TrendForce. Previously, she reported that only 5.5 – and 5.8-inch modification the new iPhone will be equipped with 3 GB of RAM, the Junior model will have 2 GB of RAM.
Increased the amount of “RAM” will allow the smartphone to store more data in memory. For example, if you open many tabs in Safari, you can replace the browser reloads some pages when switching to them. With the increased amount of RAM this issue will disappear.
Arcuri also confirmed a recent statement by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that all three iPhone models will use a Lightning connector with USB Type-C Power Delivery. It is expected that the new Lightning will increase the speed of charging the iPhone.
A Cowen and Company study is based on information from the chain of suppliers of the company. Earlier, the Wall Street Journal said that USB-C can replace the Lightning in the iPhone 8. Any extra details and evidence were not provided.