Apple Has Blocked 2 Gb Of Ram In The New Iphone
Immediately after the presentation of the iPhone 11, the network exploded from the news that Apple had added a solid amount of RAM to the new smartphones. From now on, iPhone 11 offers 4 GB of RAM, and on older models iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. 6 GB each. But after only a couple of days, authoritative sources said that Apple had blocked a solid portion of RAM for users.
The first to confirm this were the Chinese authorities. The TENAA regulator announced only 4 GB of RAM in all three models. Soon, eminent insider and developer Steve Trotton-Smith wrote on Twitter that 2 GB of RAM can be allocated for the camera of the eleventh iPhone. New features, including Deep Fusion and night mode, consume a lot of processor and memory resources during the processing phase and the system is forced to constantly keep 2 GB of RAM reserved exclusively for the camera.
It is not yet clear how to verify or refute this information. However, regardless of the number of camera modules and the amount of RAM, there is no excitement around the new products.