Monday, April 9, 2012

Apple Said To Be Testing New iPhone With 1GB RAM

Apple is expected to take the wraps off of a new iPhone sometime later this year, and today some initial details on the prototype versions of the device have made their way online. A report from 9to5 Mac claims that Apple has begun internal testing on the next iPhone and that, although the prototypes look similar to the iPhone 4 externally, the handsets are a tad different on the inside. The test units, which feature the designation "N96," are said to include a variant on the A5X processor that's powering the new iPad along with a full gigabyte of RAM. It's worth noting that the retail version of the next iPhone is said to feature a design different than that of the iPhone 4, but that the prototypes don't include the new look in order to prevent leaks.
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