Apple's next-generation iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus models will each have 8GB of RAM, an increase from the 6GB of RAM in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, according to information shared today by technology analyst Jeff Pu.


In a research note with investment firm Haitong International Securities, Bo reiterated his belief that all iPhone 16 models will be equipped with 8GB of RAM. Increasing RAM can improve performance for multitasking on iPhone.

iPhone 15 lineup:

  • iPhone 15: 6 GB
  • iPhone 15 Plus: 6 GB
  • iPhone 15 Pro: 8 GB
  • iPhone 15 Pro Max: 8 GB

iPhone 16 lineup according to Pu:

  • iPhone 16: 8 GB
  • iPhone 16 Plus: 8 GB
  • iPhone 16 Pro: 8 GB
  • iPhone 16 Pro Max: 8 GB

Pu also expects the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus to support Wi-Fi 6E, which works with the 6GHz band, enabling faster wireless speeds and reduced signal interference with a compatible router. For the iPhone 15 lineup, Wi-Fi 6E is limited to the Pro models.

Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 16 lineup in September.

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