According to a new report from Hartley Charlton (Macrumors) the iPhone 14 Pro will include 8GB of RAM, the largest memory ever available in an iPhone. Although this is unproven but probable report originating in Asia.
In addition, a claim also on the Korean blog Naver by the user “yeux1122,” also suggests the same thing, that the iPhone 14 Pro will feature an 8GB of RAM. According to the report, supply chain sources have validated the iPhone 14 Pro’s memory components, and the schedule for mass production appears to be advancing.
Apple Rumored iPad Mini
Apple was earlier said to be preparing to debut a new iPad mini model in the second half of 2021 with an 8.7-inch display and a chassis that is wider and taller than the fifth-generation iPad mini. While the display size allegation was incorrect, as the sixth-generation iPad mini features an 8.3-inch display, the chassis rumour and launch date were confirmed.
Late last year, a report from Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu stated that the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max models will both feature 8GB of RAM. This would be a huge increase over the 6GB of memory supplied by the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro, which is presently the highest memory ever offered in an iPhone.
Because non-Pro iPhone models typically have less memory, the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max are expected to contain less than 8GB. Even with the iPhone 14 Pro pushing iPhone memory to new heights, the device is still some way from matching the levels of memory given by the iPad Pro, which released a 16GB memory option in early 2021.
The iPhone 13 is already substantially speedier than Samsung’s latest Galaxy S22 devices but suffers from memory constraints. Since the debut of the S10 in 2019, Galaxy devices have included 8GB of RAM. 8GB of RAM would thus bring the iPhone 14 Pro versions up to parity with the capacity available in Samsung’s latest competing smartphones.