The cheapest version of the upcoming iPhone 7 will be equipped with 32 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM instead of 16 GB and 1 GB, sounds new rumor.
Since iPhone 5 from 2012 has Apple’s iPhones been configured with 16 GB of storage as in the slightest. However, it may very well have been the last time with iPhone 6s, a new rumor from an analyst from it by now familiar analysis Institute, IHS Technology, pointing to the large changes in the internal mechanics of the iPhone 7.
From one of the Department’s analysts it sounds, in fact, that the base model of the iPhone 7 with the cheapest configuration gets doubled the amount of both storage space and RAM. It will say that the variant with 16 GB will disappear and instead will be equipped with 32 GB of storage along with 2 GB of RAM, instead of 1 GB.
Last year, Apple also use of 2 GB of RAM, but it was only in the larger and more expensive iPhone 6s Plus and 6s. Have previously gone on rumors that iPhone 7s Plus again this year get a GB of RAM more than the normal iPhone-in other words 3 GB.
The upgrade of the two components of the cheapest iPhone 7 will mean that you, first and foremost, can store significantly more content and data on your iPhone without having to worry about that space runs out. Just like any other operating system absorbed several GB of storage space of iOS, so you have less available than what it says on paper. Therefore, an upgrade to 32 GB a welcome approach.
The amount of RAM is also important for a good user experience. It is for the phone’s RAM, that keeps all apps, background services and content running, so it does not have to be reloaded from the storage space each time you switch between the different pages and apps. 2 GB RAM does not sound immediately by much in a time when most top models come with 4 GB of RAM and slowly begins to be equipped with the entire 6 GB.
With Apple’s full control over both hardware and software, however, it is possible to achieve a significantly better exploitation of the specifications on paper doesn’t look like much.
That Apple chooses to upgrade both storage space and RAM match an earlier rumor that goes on that Apple also launches a fourth configuration of iPhone 7 Plus with all 256 GB of storage space. So this is yet another indication that Apple screws up to the amount of storage space in the coming iPhones.
Herewith follows a conservative guess at how this autumn iPhone 7-configurations will look like:
iPhone 7 Plus: