New Rumors Confirm iPhone 7 Plus Will Have 3GB of RAM

While there is a little more than a month left for Apple to present the iPhone 7 and its different variants, or the iPhone 6SE as we informed you a few days ago, the rumors are multiplying and trying to confirm each rumors, pardon the redundancy, that have been published so far. Still according to the DigiTimes publication based on various reports from memory chip manufacturersthe next model that Apple will launch on the market will reach up to 3 GB, instead of the two that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models currently have.

This measure would help the industry in general after the cuts it suffered following the industry downturn which led to a shortage of DRAM chipswhich caused prices to increase across the board.

The report referenced by DigiTimes states that manufacturers Macronix International and Powertech Technology expect profit estimates to increase as demand increases smartphone manufacturers without specifying the names. This increase is striking since in recent years, manufacturers have not chosen to extend the RAM of the devices they have launched on the market.

this report echoes a prediction announced by KGI analyst Ming Chi-Kuo last November and in which we could read that the next 5.5-inch iPhone 7 will see its RAM memory extended to 3 GB. We do not know if DigiTimes repeats the same report or if it has a source linked to the chain of production with specific details beyond the conclusions he reached about the increased profits of these memory manufacturers. At the moment there is only one thing we can do to confirm this and that is to wait.

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