With all the anticipation around the iPhone 7 and also the speculation about its name, one fact cannot be denied and that is, you cannot ignore an iPhone, especially when it hasn’t reached the markets yet. It is a well-known fact that Apple is very stingy when it comes to components like RAM.
From a long time, 16 GB has kind of stuck with it like a trademark. But a new report has claimed that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 will come with 3GB of RAM instead of the 2GB currently found on the iPhone 6s.
It isn’t clear though, if both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models will get the memory boost. The probability is in the favour of the 5.5-inch iPhone 7. This is to note that it is the rumours regarding the iPhone 7 Plus’ camera that has pushed these memory-enhancing reports to the fore.
According to strong rumours doing the rounds, the iPhone 7 is going to have a new and advanced camera system so to meet its technical requirements the memory needs to be expanded. It is expected that the iPhone 7 Pro will come with an advanced dual camera system based on technology Apple picked up via its 2014 acquisition of Linx.
If the claims of Linx are to be believed (these were made before the acquisition), it was on the way of providing DSLR performance in slim handsets with a camera technology that delivered superior camera performance on many parameters like improved photo quality in low light, improved colour fidelity, decreased noise levels etc. If all this holds true, then iPhone 7 is surely going to be a ‘must have’ smartphone.