The iPhone 11 series was announced a few days ago and we expect all the specs of these devices to be public. However, it’s not new to us that Apple has always been a bit stingy with information regarding to the RAM or battery capacities of its phones. Initially, there were speculations that the 2019 iPhones use up to 6GB of RAM.
AnTuTu post a data on Weibo which reveals the raw performance of all three iPhone 11 series alongside with the RAM configurations.
As seen in the image above, there’s no significant difference between the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max in terms of performance since all three are powered by the latest A13 Bionic chipset. More importantly, non of them uses more than 4GB of RAM.
This is confirmed even further with the tested iPhone 11 Pro Max, which features the top-tier 512GB memory configuration and it’s still at 4GB of RAM.
For further confirmation, GeekBench results also show that no 2019 iPhone uses more than 4GB of RAM.
The scores put the performance of the new iPhones into perspective. Compared to the previous generation of iPhones, the new ones scored 28% higher overall in AnTuTu 7 than the iPhone XS and XS Max. GPU performance is particularly higher than last year.