the three models launched in 2017 could have 3GB of RAM

come rumors about the RAM and the new iPhone in 2017

according to analyst Timothy Arcuri, Apple could be planned launch three iPhone models in 2017, which could count with 3 GB of RAM as well as confirm other features that you will also be able to count these new devices iOS.

All new iPhone models will have 3GB of RAM

A through in a note to investors, analyst said the following:

in terms of configuration of memory / storage, three models probably take 3 GB of RAM; the 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch are likely to have the same options as the current iPhone 7 storage and 7 Plus iPhone, i.e. 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB; While the model of 5.8 inches it seems that it will only offer two configurations of memory (64 GB and 256 GB).

In addition, analyst also points out that the 5.8 inch model could have greater autonomy since he could count on two batteries.

On the other hand, if take into account told by Timothy Arcuri this contradicts the research undertaken by the Taiwanese site TrendForce which recently has said that iPhone’s 5.5 inch and the rumored 5.8 inch will only be the next which will have a screen OLED and will have 3 GB of RAM. This means that the 4.7 inch iPhone will continue to have 2 GB of RAM as the iPhone 7.

As we all know, Apple already includes 3 GB of RAM in the iPhone 7 Plus so it would in this case be 4.7 inch iPhone the only model that would include an increase in RAM.

Timothy Arcuri confirms other rumors about the new iPhone’s 2017

if the predictions are correct, this is a story well received by customers who are considering buying the next iPhone of 4.7 inch, rather than spending about €200 more in the eagerly-awaited iPhone 8 and its new features among which we will find a screen OLED that you go from edge to edge.

In addition, the analyst also believes (like the famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI) to new iPhone of 2017 have connector Lightning .

do you you think about features that will have the next iPhone 8 and also expected iPhone 7s and 7s Plus?

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