In the morning news of October 15th, every time a new iPhone is released, the size of the memory is very concerned. According to the plist file in the Xcode 12.1 beta version viewed by foreign media MacRumors, the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are equipped with 6GB of memory, while the low-end iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini have 4GB of memory.
These plist files have accurately revealed the memory size of several generations of iPhone. In addition, the Geekbench running score results of the suspected iPhone 12 Pro also show that the iPhone 12 Pro is equipped with 6GB of memory.
In addition, a Geekbench result suspected to be the iPhone 12 Pro also listed the device as 6GB of RAM. In contrast, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are all equipped with 4GB of memory.
With the increase in memory and the addition of the faster A14 Bionic chip, the performance of the iPhone 12 Pro should be greatly improved. Judging from the benchmark test results of the iPhone 12 Pro, the single-core performance of the A14 chip is roughly the same as that of the new iPad Air, but its multi-core performance has dropped significantly. This may be due to the fact that Geekbench was run shortly after the iPhone was set up, and it was not well optimized. This would cause the score to be temporarily low, and we need to wait for further benchmark results to confirm.
The iPhone 12 mini will be available for pre-order at 21:00 on November 6th, Beijing time, and will be on sale on November 13th; iPhone 12 will be available for pre-order on October 16th at 20:00, and will be on sale on October 23rd; iPhone 12 Pro will be available on October 16th Pre-orders will start at 20 o'clock and will go on sale on October 23; iPhone 12 Pro Max will be pre-ordered at 20 o'clock on November 6 and will go on sale on November 13.