According to multiple reports, Apple is reportedly taking an important step to improve the performance of the 2020 iPhone with more RAM. For those who don’t know, Apple has never been particularly aggressive on its iPhone RAM because Apple pretty controls both the hardware and software on its iPhones, meaning that even though the iPhones might only come with 4GB of RAM, the rest of its hardware and software have been optimized around it.
That being said, having more RAM isn’t always a bad thing, especially when it comes to multitasking apps, and the good news is that come 2020, Apple’s iPhones are expected to feature 6GB of RAM. This is according to Barclays analysts who claim that both the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will come with 6GB of RAM each, which is up from the 4GB of RAM that Apple bundled with its current iPhones.
However, as for the “regular” iPhone 12, the analysts believe that Apple will continue to use its 4GB of RAM, given that the device is designed to be an affordable and entry-level iPhone. Other features expected to come with the iPhone 12 series include 5G technology and rear-facing 3D sensing cameras for use in augmented reality.
Although Apple hasn’t officially confirmed on these details yet, but we expect that more details will surface as we get closer to the launch of the 2020 iPhones.