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The next iPhone X may come with 4GB of RAM

Apple fans may have an even bigger reason to upgrade to the next iPhone X smartphone now, with reports suggesting that Apple has increased the capacity of RAM from 3GB to 4GB.

These findings have been discovered inside the latest benchmarks for an upcoming iPhone device, identified as ‘iPhone 11,2’ and could confirm that Apple will be upgrading to the A12 processor for the iPhone X upgrade.

The current iPhone X supports 3GB of RAM, but having 4GB of RAM will be a big deal for those who are very particular when it comes to system memory.

The same benchmark also reveals a potential speed increase of 10% compared to the iPhone X, meaning that for those planning on gaming with the next iPhone X – this could be excellent news.

Apple is expected to confirm the dates for their September iPhone event this Summer and by that time we could get more details on the planned 4GB of RAM upgrade.

Is this good news for you and a big factor in deciding to upgrade to the next model this year?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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