Apple has unveiled its next entry-level iPhone SE 3. While detailing the new specs and features, the company didn’t reveal that the third-gen model actually has an upgraded 4GB of RAM.
According to MacRumors and developer Moritz Sternemann, the third-generation iPhone SE sees an increase in RAM. Compared to the 3 GB of RAM of the iPhone SE 2, the iPhone SE 3 has an additional GB of RAM. This report contains information taken from Xcode 13.3 Release Candidate strings. This was released by Apple after this week’s event.
Previously, similar strings from Xcode have been used to accurately reveal the amount of RAM of previous iPhone and iPad models shown. It has proven to be a reliable source for those who are able to dissect and analyze it. In the past, Xcode was able to identify the 4 GB of RAM in the iPad mini 6.
With the iPhone SE 3 having an increased amount of RAM, one can expect the device to be able to run multiple apps more efficiently. Photography and video editing will also see a benefit as the upgraded hardware will be able to store more computer memory.
Pre-orders for the iPhone SE 3 begin tomorrow here in Canada. Those who want to secure theirs before the March 18 release can pre-order starting at 8 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. PT.