Last Tuesday, one of the most important events of the year was held in Cupertino, California, the presentation of the new iPhone 11. As every year, the mystery around RAM remains clear, and with more confusion if possible. Now different sources contradict each other, and it doesn't seem that the iPhone 11 memory finally be what we expected.
One of the curiosities that the iPhone 11 is that it comes for a lower price than the iPhone XR, something that has surprised many and that we have also asked.
4GB or 6GB of RAM on the iPhone 11?
Apple It has always been characterized in its presentations for not giving two data that are basic to know when we talk about an Android mobile, such as RAM and the battery they have. We talked about the previous generation of iPhone XS, and XS Max has had 4GB of RAM, while the iPhone XR has enjoyed 3GB. In recent days there had been talk that the new iPhone 11 had been a great leap in this regard.
Specifically it had been known by different sources that the iPhone 11 had added a giga to 4GB. While the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max had added up to two, reaching 6GB of RAM. But the new information we have known is completely contradictory, and revealing. Because they come from the performance test of AnTuTu, and also from Geekbench, where it is shown that all iPhone 11, its three variants, they only have 4GB of RAM, so in this case the only one that would have increased his memory would have been the most basic of the three, the iPhone 11.
So… Certification platforms says # iPhone11Pro and # iPhone11ProMax comes with 6GB RAM while Benchmark results says "only" 4GB for both and now, @TMobile and @VodafoneUK specs sheets respectively includes 6GB … ???? (Thanks @philatticus) pic.twitter.com/ GtSGyY2msG
– Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks) September 14, 2019
This is supposed to be the data we should pay attention to, the performance test, because they are analyzing the memory from the phone's own hardware, so there should be no more doubts in this case. The leakster @Onleaks has also asked about this issue, since different certifications and the technical data sheets of some operators have shown that both the iPhone 11 Pro and the Pro Max they had 6GB of RAM, which has led to these confusions. So we could conclude, considering the performance tests, that the new iPhone 11, all three, have 4GB of RAM. A figure that is still somewhat out of date with respect to the range caps on Android, which can triple that figure.