Finally catching up with Android phones!The iPhone 14 comes with 8GB of storage: the most in iPhone history

2022-04-29 0 By

Apple has traditionally packed its iphones with QQ. Last year’s iPhone 13 had 4GB of ram, while other Android phones came with 18GB, and even the two flagship iPhone 13 Pro models only had 6GB.Of course, Apple’s system is different from Android, and it is not as fragmented as Android phones, and it does not require so much memory, so the low memory does not affect the performance of iPhone, but on paper, it always gives a feeling that Android phones are more humane.But the upcoming release of the iPhone 14 this fall may change attitudes.The standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will come with 6GB of ram, which is the same as the previous flagship iPhone 13 Pro.The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will pack the most memory apple has ever had — 8GB, which is roughly the amount of memory currently available on major Android phones.In fact, as we said, more or less memory is not the most important thing for Apple, because even on the latest Samsung S22 series phones, the Samsung S22 Ultra, which has much more memory, still lags far behind apple’s iPhone 13 Pro in terms of performance.But more ram is still a necessity, not to mention the 18GB of some flagship Android phones, but the 8GB of ram that allows the iPhone to run smoothly while opening more apps makes sense to users.In addition, in terms of performance, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip and Mediatek’s Breguet 9000 are also slowly approaching Apple in multi-core performance. Although there is a big gap between single-core performance and Apple A15, they can indeed match Apple’s experience in many applications with more cores.Therefore, in order for Apple to maintain its advantage in such products as mobile phones and tablets, in addition to the continuous enhancement of chip performance, the improvement of memory capacity is also crucial. 8GB memory will undoubtedly enable iPhone to better play the advantages of chip and narrow the memory gap with Android phones.The new iPhone SE, due out in March, may not have the same luck. It is reported that the new 5G version of the iPhone SE may have more memory than its predecessor, but it is unlikely to exceed 6GB.The previous iPhone SE only had 3GB of ram, so this year’s iPhone SE is expected to have 4GB of RAM, with 6GB likely to be low.However, the iPhone SE’s screen resolution is relatively low, and some technologies are not used on it. The underlying memory requirements are significantly lower than those of the iPhone digital series, so this should not affect the smoothness and performance of the iPhone SE.Apple’s supply chain is said to have basically confirmed that the iPhone 14 Pro will use 8GB of ram, and production of memory modules and components is accelerating.But more memory will obviously require a better system, so expect more features to be added to iOS 16 as well. We’ll take a look at the changes to iOS 16 at WWDC this year and maybe get more information.However, the added memory on an iPhone is always a good thing.