In the normal style of Apple, the iPhone XS has declared its trio of iPhones, but the company hasn’t disclosed very much specific details about its chipset apart from the 7nm process and their core count. It hasn’t confirmed clock speeds and RAM.
A couple of benchmark sheets have disclosed that the multi and single-core performance of the latest A12 chipset is running the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR in addition to the RAM on board.
As it has been suggested, not much improvement is there in the multi-core performance whereas the single-core score is rather striking. When talking about RAM, the XS and XS Max are here having 4GB, that is 1GB in addition to the earlier generation iPhone X while the “budget” iPhone XR is here having 3GB.
As has been reported, further details are going to get disclosed just the time the first units begin to get sold later than September 21.
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