The iPhone X will have a six-core processor and 3GB of RAM

The leak of beta Golden Master iOS 11 has made the iPhone X is one of the best known before its release. In fact, perhaps only the iPhone 4 has come up with less surprises than the products we will see today. Now we know new details of the next Apple iPhone, details that have to do with the processor and the RAM of the same.

As discovered in the Golden Master version of iOS 11, the iPhone X could have a six-core processor. The source code suggests that it will have four high-performance cores and two more for special calculation functions (for example ARKit). To give you an idea, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with the A10 processor include two high performance cores and two special cores. The iPad Pro with the A10X processor includes three high performance cores and three special cores. The iPhone X will be the most powerful Apple mobile device of all, and by far.

On the other hand, the performance and speed of the device depends a lot on the internal memory of the device. Developer Steve T-S suggests that the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X will have 3GB of RAM inside, while the iPhone 8 will stay in 2GB of RAM. The iPhone 7 has 2 GB of RAM while the iPhone 7 Plus has 3 GB of RAM. Everything seems to indicate that the iPhone X will have the largest RAM, but it seems that only the two “big” devices will come with these 3 GB of RAM.

Many other details appeared during this weekend, as we have seen: wallpapers, details of LTE Apple Watch, new AirPods, True Tone Display, Face ID, animated emojis …

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