Since the most-awaited tenth anniversary Apple iPhone launch is around the corner, speculations and excitement seem to have no limits, no boundaries. Meanwhile, software developer Steven Troughton-Smith has once again spilled bins the with regards to some key hardware details of the upcoming Apple iPhone models. Smith as part of his leaked iOS 11 build analysis recently revealed Apple’s tenth-anniversary iPhone is likely to be called as iPhone X.
If that wasn’t enough, the code also revealed multiple references to forthcoming iPhone models like Apple iPhone 8 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus, successor to last year’s Apple iPhone 7 (Review) and Apple iPhone 7 Plus (Review) respectively. Interestingly, Smith appears to have delved deeper into imminent RAM allotments, revealing key details. Smith also unearthed Tech giant’s plans to come up with new Apple Watch, Apple TV hardware, and AirPods accessories.
If what Smith has been saying throughout turns out to be true, both Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus carry memory specifications similar to their predecessors. Meaning, if true, Apple iPhone 8 will feature 2GB of RAM whereas iPhone 8 Plus will pack 3GB of RAM under the hood. Tenth anniversary Apple iPhone X could also feature 3GB of RAM, though. There have been multiple reports Apple is likely doing away with Touch ID in favour of Facial recognition, at least on Apple iPhone X. So, additional 1GB RAM would probably help it perform more hardware-intensive tasks like facial recognition.
Smith also revealed camera specifications of OLED backed iPhone X. According to him, it could flaunt 12MP dual rear cameras with 4K recording support at 60 frames per second or Full HD 1080p videos at 240 frames per second (fps). Apple is also likely to release new Apple Watch Series 3, a pair of Apple AirPods Bluetooth headphone, and Apple TV hardware in tandem with upcoming iPhone models.