One Model iPhone 2018 Recorded on Geekbench, Run iOS 12 and 4GB of RAM

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Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst who is so close to Apple recently mentioned that Cupertino, the United States-based company will release its new iPhone this year in September. Mentioned, there are three new iPhone models to be introduced, iPhone 5.8 inches, 6.1 inch iPhone and iPhone 6.5 inches.

Now, the latest leak of one of the iPhone that will appear in this year already hanging out on Geekbench site. The device identifies itself as iPhone 11.2 and is already running the iOS operating system 12 and support 4 GB of RAM.

In addition, this device is also noted to adopt the newer SoC-D321AP chipset. Just for your information, the iPhone X that was introduced in the past year is only equipped with 3 GB of RAM and support D22AP chipset. Even so, the single-core and multi-core results of this device show the same performance as the iPhone X.

Single-core results achieved a score of 4673, while for multi-core testing the results reached a score of 10912. However, it is estimated that this device is iPhone 5.8 or iPhone 6.5 which is reportedly will be developed with a more powerful innards.

While the three models to be introduced, the 6.1-inch iPhone is a device that will be sold at affordable prices because it was built using LCD display panel and Apple called it as iPhone 9. Meanwhile, iPhone 5.8 and iPhone 6.5 is built with a display panel OLED.

In addition, other estimates, the 6.1-inch iPhone will only be equipped with a single rear camera. While two other models, one of which will be supported with three main cameras. If this information is valid, of course this is a first step for Apple to bring the iPhone with the support of three rear cameras.

Via: GSMArena

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