Apple hasn't forgotten about its streaming box after all, with the next Apple TV model featuring a variant of the iPhone 2's A14 chip allegedly in the works.
Apple is expected to equip all models of the iPhone 14 family with 6GB of RAM, but the Pro-branded models are said to use much faster LPDDR5 memory.
Apple's new A16 chip could be reserved for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, with the non-Pro models predicted to retain the company's current A15 chipset.
At four gigabytes, the increased RAM in Apple's third-generation iPhone SE brings perks such as smoother multitasking and faster app performance.
Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models may increase the amount of RAM from the 6GB in the Pro-branded iPhone 13 models to 8GB, matching Samsung's latest Galaxy S22.
iOS automatically regulates RAM usage to prevent apps or the operating system itself from bogging down, but that has never stopped jailbreakers from wanting to view their device’s free RAM remainder in a convenient manner.
iOS 15 RAM management has improved. Now apps like Procreate can request access to more memory on devices like the M1 iPad Pro with 16GB RAM.
As soon as this summer Apple may launch redesigned MacBook Pro notebooks with new Apple silicon chips featuring eight high-performance processing cores and two high-efficiency ones.
While M1 Macs have the RAM and SSD soldered to the logic board, it's been discovered that users armed with patience may be able to upgrade the memory and storage of Apple's M1 chip.
It's no secret that Google's Chrome browser has always been a resource hog on macOS, but that could be changing as the newly launched Chrome 89 brings under-the-hood optimization resulting in reduced memory/CPU usage, increased battery life and a better experience overall.
The new M1 laptop chip in Apple's refreshed Mac mini, as well as in the 13-inch MacBook Air and Pro models, maxes out at 32 gigabytes of RAM. Also, it doesn't support external GPUs (eGPU) via Thunderbolt like its Intel-based counterpart does. Here's what's going on...
A leaker claims that the flagship iPhone 12 Pro models — the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max — will come outfitted with six gigabytes of RAM while a pair of non-Pro models will apparently remain stuck with four gigabytes of RAM like the current iPhone 11 family.