- Analysts confirm that the next iPhones will have 6GB RAM
- iPhone 11 and its other versions only have 4GB RAM
- Apple has yet to announce anything about its 2020 smartphones
Apple is said to release a new set of phones ranging from 5.4 to 6.7-inches phones according to analysts. The set will be four OLED display phones on release and is said to have different RAM sizes. One of those upcoming phones are also said to have a 6GB RAM which is stronger than the iPhone 11.
According to UBS analysts Munjal Shah and Timothy Arcuri, the upcoming iPhones will be four smartphones in varying sizes. The next iPhones would be available in 5.4-inch, 6.7-inch and two editions that are 6.1-inch in size.
All of these new iPhones will have OLED screens but will have RAM and camera spec differences by each model.
So far, a research note shared to Mac Rumors showed an overview found for these iPhones confirm that two of the four new Apple smartphones will have the 6GB RAM. The 6.1-inch and a 6.7-inch will have the 6GB RAM and also a triple-lens rear camera similar to the iPhone 11. However, the RAM loaded on these two upcoming iPhones is much stronger than the current iPhone 11 and its improved iPhone 11 Pro version.
These two new iPhones with 6GB RAM line up with analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s predictions on upcoming Apple products. However, Apple has yet to reveal any official announcements and information about its next generation iPhones for 2020.
Similar to its focus for 2019, Apple has also confirmed that they’ll keep the focus on its services for 2020. Apple kept true to this vision as most of their major events only focused on introducing and improving the services. Upcoming smartphones and other device announcements were often kept brief and short which kept many fans looking for Apple’s next devices. For now, fans will have to wait for the next announcements to see if the analysts are right.