iPhone 14 Pro to get a memory bump to 8GB RAM

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will possibly get a memory bump to 8GB RAM, as per a new report. iPhone 13 Pro series currently ships with 6GB RAM, and there had been some reports before which said that all iPhone 14 models, including non-Pro variants, would feature 6GB RAM.

A post on Korean blog Naver, by user “yeux1122” cited supply chain sources and reported that iPhone 14 Pro will feature 8GB RAM. The account also said that iPhone 14 Pro’s memory components have been confirmed, and the schedule for mass production is underway.

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iPhone 14 Pro models to get an increase in RAM

“yeux1122” has previously been right on the money with regards to iPad mini launch, display size, dimensions, and other features so there is a good track record behind this anonymous account.

The highest amount that Apple offers on an iOS device is 16GB which ships on iPad Pro models with 1TB storage. iPhone 13 Pro only recently got a bump to 6GB RAM, which helps it outperform smartphones from competitors like Samsung, which offer 8GB to 12GB RAM.

Back in December 2021, a report by analyst Jeff Pu from Haitong International Securities reported that iPhone 14 Pro models will feature 8GB RAM, along with 8K video recording support, as well as a 48MP wide lens, alongside 12-megapixel ultra-wide and telephoto lenses.

Pu’s report also claimed that all iPhone 14 models will feature 120Hz ProMotion displays and that they will start from 64GB base storage capacity. Other reports have said that iPhone 14 will feature a punch-hole display, no notch, no camera bumps in the rear, a titanium casing, faster A16 Bionic chip, and a 2TB storage variant.

Many sources have also confirmed that the punch-hole in the iPhone 14 Pro display will have a “hole + pill” design, which would mean the end of the notch on Apple’s flagship smartphone.

via MacRumors

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