iPhone 16 and 16 Plus Rumored to Feature 8GB RAM and Wi-Fi 6E Support


Apple’s upcoming iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus models will feature 8GB of RAM, according to technology analyst Jeff Pu. This is an upgrade from the 6GB of RAM found in the current iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models. Pu believes that all iPhone 16 models will come equipped with 8GB of RAM, which should improve performance for multitasking on the devices.

In addition to the increased RAM, Pu expects the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus to support Wi-Fi 6E, which operates on the 6 GHz band and allows for faster wireless speeds and reduced signal interference with a compatible router. This feature is currently limited to the Pro models in the iPhone 15 lineup.

The iPhone 16 lineup is expected to be announced in September, and it’s possible that Apple will reveal more details about the devices’ features and specifications closer to the launch date.

Meanwhile, iOS 17.3 is currently in beta testing and is expected to be released soon. The update includes two new features for the iPhone so far: Stolen Device Protection and collaborative Apple Music playlists. Additionally, Apple plans to release several new iOS features throughout 2024, including AirPlay on hotel room TVs, app sideloading in the EU, next-generation CarPlay, and roadside assistance via satellite outside of cellular range.

There have also been rumors about new buttons on the upcoming iPhone models. According to pre-production information obtained by MacRumors, all iPhone 16 models may feature a new “Capture” button located below the power button on the right side of the device. The exact function of this button is unknown, but it could potentially be used for quickly accessing camera settings or taking screenshots.

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Finally, Apple has clarified that up to 32 items can be tracked in the Find My app on the iPhone and iPad, up from a previous limit of 16. The company has also provided tips for customers in the US preparing to pre-order the Vision Pro starting next Friday, January 19 at 5 am Pacific Time.

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