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Xcode data reveals how much memory Apple's latest iPhones have

By Kenny Yeo - on 18 Oct 2020, 10:32am

Xocde data reveals how much memory Apple's latest iPhones have

Note: This article was first published on 15 Oct 2020.

(Image source: Apple)

Apple typically doesn't disclose how much memory its iPhones have, but data from Apple's latest Xcode beta is showing that the Pro models have more memory compared to last year's models.

Twitter user Hiraku is reporting that both the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will come with 6GB of memory – the most of any iPhone to date.

As for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini? Hiraku shares that they will come with 4GB of memory.

These findings are intriguing for two reasons. 6GB is the biggest amount of memory ever in an iPhone and it will be interesting to see how this additional memory will be used and if there will be any difference in performance and user experience.

Secondly, while the Pro models get a bump, 6GB is still paltry compared to Android flagships like the Galaxy Note20 and recently announced OnePlus 8T which come with 12GB of memory.

Source: Hiraku via AppleInsider