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Upcoming iPhone Will Have 3GB RAM and Two Batteries, Suggests Analyst

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.

Upcoming iPhone Will Have 3GB RAM and Two Batteries, Suggests Analyst
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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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Afrasiyab Khan

Afrasiyab Khan is the HMG of GeeksULTD. He's the man behind the keyboard covering the news, reviews, and rumors at GeeksULTD. In his spare time, he does some meat grinding in PUBG & CS:GO. And yeah, don't ask him about his age. He's still in Kindergarten!
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