Next year’s flagship iPhone models will ship with an impressive 6GB of RAM, says a Barclays analyst.
A new research note from Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis (via MacRumors) says that Apple’s 2020 iPhone Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will both have 6GB of RAM, an increase of 4GB from this year’s flagship models. The models will purportedly feature rear-facing 3D sensing and mmWave support for higher performance 5G, the note continues.
The analyst notes that the iPhone 12 will ship with 4GB, however.
The analysts also addressed rumours of an ‘iPhone SE 2’. They believe the product is still in the pipeline with production set to begin in February. The smartphone is said to resemble the iPhone 8 with a 4.7-inch display, Touch ID home button, A13 processor and 3GB of RAM.
“iPhone 12 models will likely be introduced in September as usual, while the new lower-cost iPhone is expected around March,” reads the MacRumors report.
While supply chain rumours and analyst reports aren’t always the most accurate way to judge these things, Barclays does have a better track record than most.