Rumor: iPhone 7 Plus Could Have 3GB RAM and September 2016 Release
Renowned Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo has finally surfaced again after spending some time in the depths of the Apple interworks. His surfacing isn’t empty-handed either, as he has some interesting reports about what the iPhone 7 could possibly offer.
According to Kuo, the iPhone 7 will be released in September 2016. Okay, it doesn’t really take any special analyst to come to that conclusion.
Thankfully, that’s not all Kuo has for us. He also reports that the ‘smaller’ 4.7 inch iPhone 7 is expected to have the same amount of RAM as the current iPhone 6S, but its bigger brother, the 5.5 inch iPhone 7 Plus, will boast 3GB RAM for greater performance.
Both smartphones will be powered by the future A10 processor, which is heavily rumored to be developed exclusively by TSMC.
Previously in September, Kuo had revealed that iPhone 7 will look to be the thinnest smartphone by Apple yet, with the 2016 upgrade aiming to be as thin as 6mm. This would make it even thinner than the latest iPod Touch and iPad Air 2.
Despite Ming-Chi Kuo’s extremely strong track record, we would still advise you to take everything with a grain of salt. It’ll be a pleasant surprise if he’s correct, and only further strengthen his reputation as a good source, but at the moment, it’s probably best if you enjoyed your current iPhone 6S/6S Plus.
Source: Apple Insider