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The company does not disclose the memory of its iPhones by itself but the benchmark data shows it off. The benchmark of the previous iPhone 11 series revealed that they are equipped with 4GB of RAM.
The new Xcode 12.1 beta spotted by a twitter user Hiraku notes that this year’s iPhone will feature 6GB of memory for the first time.
Info from Xcode 12.1:
iPhone 12 mini (iPhone 13,1) & iPhone 12 (iPhone 13,2) → 4GB RAM
iPhone 12 Pro (iPhone 13,3) & iPhone 12 Pro Max (iPhone 13,4) → 6GB RAM
— Hiraku (@hirakujira) October 13, 2020
There are leaked benchmark test results that are sourced from an iPhone 12 Pro. The test is for the iPhone 13,3″ running on iOS 14.1.
The data shows that the 6GB iPhone scored 1,590 points in single-core Geekbench testing and 3,120 in multi-core testing. As compared to the iPhone 11 Pro that goes to 1,336 in a single core and around 3,535 in multi-core.
These Geekbench marks for the iPhone 12 Pro version could not be reliable as these benchmarks can be faked easily.
The recently launched iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will be available for pre-order from this Friday at 5 a.m. PDT. While the Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will begin from November 6.