2017 is a big year for Apple. They have sold 78.3 million iPhone 7 and 7 Plus since January 2017. In the beginning, Apple got some hate from the community because the new iPhone did not have a headphone jack. However, that doesn’t matter because both variants of the iPhone 7 are beautifully made.
Timothy Arcuri, an analyst at Cowen and Company, published a research in March 2017. According to him, the upcoming iPhone is going to have three variants. All of them will have 3 Gigabytes of RAM. Two variants will have the same size like the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, that is 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch display size. The third variant will be high-end in terms of display size and battery. It will have a 5.8-inch display and two batteries.
The iPhone 7 Plus is already running 3GB of RAM. So, if the information by Timothy Arcuri is true then we are going to have a major RAM upgrade in the 4.7-inch base variant of the upcoming iPhone too. One thing that’s pretty unlikely is the dual batteries. How will Apple fit 2 batteries in the 5.8-inch variant of the upcoming iPhone? Apple will probably just include a high-capacity battery instead of two batteries. The current high-end iPhone 7 Plus has a 2900 mAh battery that is good enough to power it for a good whole day.
Another analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities says that the upcoming iPhone will also feature USB Type-C instead of a lightning connector to ensure great fast charging capability.
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