Apple's iPhone 11 Pro Has 6GB of RAM, Claims Report

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max pre-orders start in 15 minutes

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max pre-orders start in 15 minutes

The premium version iPhone 11 Pro Max's price is roughly the same as its predecessor a year ago.

A quick look at their similarities will help see what has and what hasn't changed.

Obviously, it's way too early to even think of any price cuts, as this is something that Apple doesn't typically do until it rolls out a new iPhone generation. They do differ in some aspects, though. This means that the people who valued their iPhone XR after the announcement are planning to hang on with their devices for a longer duration as compared to iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

The battery capacity figures, also stated in the TENAA certification documents, indicate a sizeable improvement as well, which makes sense given that Apple claims the iPhone 11, and especially the Pro models, have vastly improved battery life over their predecessors.

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max pre-orders start in 15 minutes

The iPhone 11 Pro comes with even more RAM at 6GB when compared to the iPhone Xs which has 4GB of RAM.

The dual camera setup over time has become the new normal. While the iPhone XS Max has two 12MP rear shooters, the new iPhone 11 Pro Max has three 12MP cameras, all of them working together to bring an improved imaging experience.

The new display is made from low-temperature polysilicone and oxide (LPTO), that works in tandem with a new power management integrated circuit and ambient light sensor to ensure a battery life of around 18 hours. The front camera has been updated as well, from a 7MP shooter to a 12MP selfie cam.

It would be interesting to note that the most excited iPhone users that tried valuing their device after the iPhone 11 announcement were the ones owning iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS, models that were launched just a year back.

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