Xcode Confirms All 2019 iPhones Have 4GB RAM And Apple Watch S5 Chip Same As S4 [Updated]


There was mixed information about RAM in the new 2019 iPhone models, which has caused confusion over the past week.

New iPhones’ SKUs continually listed 4GB of RAM in all iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max devices, but a rumor from a certification database suggested there was 6GB of RAM in them. ‌IPhone 11‌ Pro and Pro Max.

This has led to speculation that some high-end capacities might have had 6GB of RAM, but this is now clear, both through regulatory filings in China and information. discovered this morning by Steve Troughton-Smith in Xcode, that each ‌iPhone 11‌, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max model has 4 GB of RAM.

For the ‌iPhone 11‌ Pro and Pro Max, this is the same as the amount of RAM available in the previous generation iPhone‌ XS and XS Max, and for the ‌iPhone 11‌, it is 1 GB more than the 3 GB of RAM in the previous generation. the ‌iPhone‌ XR.

Also of note, Troughton-Smith confirmed that the S5 processor in the Apple Watch Series 5 is identical to the S4 processor in the Apple Watch Series 4, with no performance improvement.

This is not a surprise as Apple did not mention any changes to the chip during its September 10 event and there is no mention of an increase in speed or performance in Apple’s marketing materials. Watch, but it helps to have confirmation.

Internally the Apple Watch Series 5 uses an updated display that allows for always-on functionality, there is a new compass function and 32GB storage, but otherwise the Apple Watch Series 5 appears to use the same components. internal than Series 4.

Troughton-Smith’s Xcode digs also uncovered new information about the updated 10.2-inch seventh-generation iPad. It is equipped with 3 GB of RAM, against 2 GB in the previous generation version.

Apple’s new ‌iPhone‌ and Apple Watch models are expected to officially launch on Friday, September 20, and teardowns will soon reveal even more information about the new devices. The new seventh-generation iPad will be available on September 30.

Update: Troughton-Smith now says he’s hearing conflicting information about iPhones RAM and is going to dig deeper into the firmware issue.

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