Title viaApple Insider
Steven Troughton-Smith, a developer, talked about the legendary memory of the iPhone's proprietary camera after a thorough study of Apple Watch and the seventh-generation iPad via Xcode on Wednesday. If that's the case, Apple's new camera and Deep Fusion features for the iPhone 11 Pro are clearly not cheap, especially with an additional 2GB of RAM (up to 6GB of RAM) that users can't access directly.
At first glance, there is some truth in this speculation. After all, the so-called synchronous recording and other photography-related computing tasks are RAM-intensive operations, and 2GB camera-specific memory can help significantly reduce system load.
Early rumors about the iPhone 11 Pro suggest the device will have 6 GB of RAM. However, in the benchmark information available to the outside world, all the new iPhone models are equipped with 4GB RAM.
Of course, to conduct an in-depth analysis of the matter, it also needs complete iPhone firmware and disassembly information about the data it contains. Troughton-Smith said it would soon investigate the matter.
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It uses a 5.8/6.5 inch Super Retina XDR OLED display, which at first glance is similar to previous products, but significantly improves speed and functionality, such as new camera features.
Finally, the iPhone 11 Pro Max offers silver, gold, deep-sky grey, dark green color matching, shipment time is September 20, starting at $1099 (7799 RMB).