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    Leaker: iPhone 12 Pro Will Come with 6GB RAM

    iPhone 12 Pro 6GB RAM

    iPhone 12 Pro Will Come with 6GB RAM

    Later this year, Apple is expected to release four OLED iPhones in three display sizes, including 5.4, 6.7, and two 6.1-inch models. Rumors suggest the 6.7-inch iPhone and one 6.1-inch model will be higher-end devices, and now leaker @L0vetodream has corroborated previous rumors about the internal specs of Apple’s upcoming lineup.

    L0vetodream claims the Pro models will feature 6GB of RAM, while the mid-level models will retain the same 4GB of RAM that all iPhone 11 models have.

    The leaker has a very accurate track record so there’s little reason to doubt his claims here. Apple went with 4GB RAM across the board for its entire iPhone 11 lineup. The extra 2GB of RAM on the iPhone 12 Pro models will be useful as it could give the multitasking performance of these devices a boost.

    iPhone 12 Pro 6GB RAM

    It will be interesting to see Apple launch the regular iPhone 12 models with 4GB RAM in Q3 2020 when even mid-range Android smartphones are now shipping with a minimum of 6GB RAM and are available in configurations of up to 8GB or 12GB.

    The only other iOS/iPadOS device from Apple to ship with 6GB RAM is the 2020 iPad Pro lineup. The company had offered 6GB RAM on the high-end storage tier of the 2018 iPad Pro as well, but with the 2020 refresh, made it standard across all variants.

    The anonymously-run Twitter account @L0vetodream accurately revealed several details about the new iPhone SE before any other leakers that we know of, including that the device would launch in the second week of April and come in three storage capacities. Likewise, the account accurately claimed that new iPad Pro models would launch in the third week of March. It has also hinted at a 2021 release for a rumored 14-inch MacBook Pro.

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