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The iPhone XR2 would have 4GB of RAM and slightly more power according to a provisional result from Geekbench

If the rumors, leaks and predictions come true, next week Apple will unveil three new terminals in its Keynote of Tuesday, September 10, repeating the strategy of its current generation of smartphones.

As we saw a year ago, Cupertino’s would present a smartphone with more modest features and therefore with a slightly lower price than the rest, i.e. a successor to the iPhone XR. This version, beyond being renewed with a double rear camera , could have 4 GB of RAM.

The iPhone XR2 would have 4GB of RAM and slightly more power according to a provisional result from Geekbench
The iPhone XR2 would have 4GB of RAM and slightly more power according to a provisional result from Geekbench

A user of the MacRumors forums has posted a performance test of a “iPhone12.1” with iOS 13.1 installed and an N104AP motherboard identifier, which is remarkable since Bloomberg shared last May that the name they were using internally for the new iPhone XR was N104, and 9to5Mac published in July that the model number would be “iPhone12.1”.

The results of the Geekbench benchmark, if true, would reveal some data about the successor to the iPhone XR and the A13 processor. For example, this second generation could have 4 GB of RAM, which would be 1 GB more RAM than the first model. With respect to the A13, it would still be six-core, like the A12, with two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores. However, the A13 would run at 2.66 GHz, while the A12 runs at 2.49 GHz. It should be remembered that these results would be provisional and that until they are officially released we will not be able to know the real results.

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Other rumours about the new iPhone XR suggest that it would have a larger battery, 3,110mAh, compared to the 2,942mAh of the current one. In addition, it will arrive in two new colors: green and lavender , which are two shades that we have been able to see in the invitation that Apple has sent to the media for the next event.

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