Apple does not usually say how much RAM their smartphones have. This technical information not only is omitted in their presentations; it is also absent in the product specifications tab on its official website. However, the amount of memory in the iPhone 13 has come to light through a reliable method used previously.

Since the iPhone 13 have not yet reached their owners, it is not possible to verify the amount of RAM directly in the terminal (iOS does not provide that information either). As reported MacRumors, the latest beta version of Xcode 13 reveals that the new Apple terminals have the same amount of RAM memory as the phones presented last year, that is, the iPhone 12.

Specifically, the files of Apple’s development tool have revealed that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have 6 GB RAM. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, meanwhile, have 4GB RAM. These are the same values ​​that Xcode 12.1 revealed last year for the iPhone 12.

The difference in RAM memory is not only a thing of the iPhone 13

The difference in the amount of RAM memory between the most advanced models in the catalog is not exclusive to the iPhone 13, it is present since the iPhone 11. And it is that Apple wants to offer that “plus” in the Pro models. However, the discrepancy between Apple smartphones and those of the competition it is pronounced in relative values, but not so much in performance.

For example, while the iPhone 12 has 4GB of RAM, its Samsung opponent, the Galaxy S21, has 8GB. The difference could be shocking between the 12 GB or 16 GB of RAM in the Galaxy S21 Ultra versus the 6 GB in the iPhone 12 Pro Max. However, due to various factors, iOS requires much less RAM to function optimally than Android, as it optimizes resources better.

The new iPhone 13 can be reserved from September 17 in Spain and October 1 in Mexico. In the first case. They will be available from September 24. and in the second on October 8.