Apple leaker L0vetodream says Apple iPhone 12 Pro to support 6GB of RAM
As you all know the launch of Apple’s iPhone 12 series is around the corner, so are the leaks twerking regularly. We have reported multiple leaks that are been spotted in Apple’s upcoming iPhone flagships. Earlier we saw Apple Watcher Jon Prosser leaked the upcoming iPhone 12 specifications and details and now he also indicated “iPhone OS” in his tweet a couple of weeks ago. The previous leak from Jon says that the iPhone 12 series all models will have 5G support, and sport 3 rear cameras.
Moreover, last month Apple has gone through many errors like the iPhone SE’s weakness, how to crash an iPhone with a message, more Mail vulnerabilities in iOS, FaceID adapts to face masks, Microsoft’s multi-window support for iPad, and the magical things MacOS cannot do.
More specifically, new information coming via leaker @l0vetodream on Twitter suggests that Apple could offer the Pro version of the new iPhone 12 with 6GB RAM. Rumors suggest Apple will use 5-nanometer A14 chips in its 2020 iPhone lineup that will be smaller, faster, and more battery efficient due to improved thermal management.
— 有没有搞措 (@L0vetodream) July 9, 2020
Apple is expected to unveil four different iPhones this year, as it follows:
- iPhone 12 with a 5.4-inch screen
- iPhone 12 with a 6.1-inch screen (successor to iPhone 11)
- iPhone 12 Pro with a 6.1-inch screen (successor to iPhone 11 Pro)
- iPhone 12 Pro Max with a 6.7-inch screen (successor to iPhone 11 Pro Max)
According to the new details, both the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max could feature 6GB of RAM, whereas the other two models would stick with 4GB RAM.
The launch of the new iPhones must be revealed soon, as per some calculations according to the past 5 iPhone launches it may happen in September. Taking about the leaker L0vetodream, the anonymous leaker has also leaked features of iPhone SE and many other changes and new features that are introduced by Apple. For more news on tech and cybersecurity stay tuned on Android Rookies by subscribing to our newsletter from here.