Apple iPhone 2018 appears on the Geekbench website rumored to be using iOS 12 and supported 4GB RAM

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Latest information related to Apple's latest smartphone, iPhone 2018, scheduled for launch in September, appears on the Geekbench benchmark site. This site displays iPhone 2018 as iPhone 11.2.

Apple's latest smartphone is called will use the iOS operating system 12, and will be supported by 4GB of RAM. RAM capacity is 1GB larger when compared with previous flagship mobile Apple, iPhone X.

In addition, the Geekbench site also displays information that iPhone 2018 uses a D321AP chipset processor. This code indicates the newer generation when compared to the iPhone X, which is supported by the chipset with code D22AP.

In single-core and multi-core testing results, this site features a similar performance of iPhone X, but benchmarks result from a combination of testing that has been through optimization and not roughly assessed device strength.

Apple is predicted to launch three iPhones by 2018, an entry-level model with a 6.1-inch screen and a single camera, a new generation iPhone X sailing 5.8 inches, and an iPhone Plus 6.5-inch sail which is estimated to be made with three cameras.


Rumors previously circulated also said that two of the three iPhone 2018 will be supported with dual SIM slot capabilities that can be simultaneous alert. However, models with support for such slot capabilities will only be marketed in China.


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