Wednesday, August 23, 2017

The iPhone 8 will have 3 GB of RAM, will come in capacities of 64, 256 and 512 GB [rumor]

The future iPhone 8 will have the same amount of RAM as the iPhone 7 Plus, that is, 3 GB , and will be available in storage capacities 64 GB, 256 GB or 512 GB. It is the information given by the user Geekbar in a post in the Chinese social network Weibo , while showing us a NAND Flash memory chip which, according to indicates, will be used in this new model of iPhone.
As we see, it is a 64GB capacity SanDisk chip. The same source indicates that this manufacturer, and also the Japanese Toshiba, will be offering 64 and 256 GB chips while Samsung and SK Hynix would offer the 512 GB capacity. It's a little strange because so far the SanDisk brand has not been one of the suppliers of NAND flash memory storage chips that Apple has used on the iPhone. The other three brands, yes they have been suppliers of components for the iPhone in previous models.
It's only a matter of three or four weeks to clear up doubts. If Apple continues its usual cycle of hardware upgrades, the specialized press should receive an invitation for a special event in one or two weeks at most. The amount of RAM that the new machines will have will probably not be announced during their presentation, but as soon as the first drives arrive in the hands of specialized journalists, they are likely to run the Geekbench App and let's get out of doubt.
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