Apple should be the only company that sells phones without revealing the amount of RAM and battery they use. If you go to their website and search for the official specifications of any of their iPhones, you will see that the exact data of the RAM and the accumulator omits them completely. The average lucky iPhone is even very interested in this, since he blindly trusts (and never better said) in the quality of the brand. So no one is really complaining about that.
However, since the world is fed up with curiosities, there is always someone who manages to discover what components Apple is using in its new iPhones. On this occasion, the MacRumors clan and 9to5Mac have finished deciphering the amount of RAM and accumulator of all iPhone 13. Without further ado, join us to find out…
How much RAM does the iPhone 13 have?
After applying the “Xcode plist file” method to see inside the iPhone 13, it was discovered that use exactly the same amount of RAM as the iPhone 12. It is to propose the following:
- 6GB RAM for iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
- 4GB RAM for iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini.
It is often thought that the more RAM a device has, the faster it will be. And it’s true! RAM allows you to keep many apps and features open in the background so that when you need them, you can instantly access them. However, when an effective system is robust and very well optimized, like iOS, doesn’t need as much RAM to run fast.
Android, on the other hand, is a larger system that manufacturers fill with a lot of nonsense in the background. It’s not as simple or as cohesive as iOS, so to speak. That’s the reason why iPhones have much less RAM than Androids in the same range, and yet they are just as powerful.
Why didn’t Apple increase the RAM in the iPhone 13s?
It is not surprising that Apple has decided to keep the same amount of RAM as the previous generation. To stand out, we explained before that expanding more is not always necessary. The iPhone 6 with only 1 GB of RAM uses the latest version of iOS without problemsand that already tells you about the little RAM that this efficient Apple system needs to work properly.
For another band, the iPhone 13 They are worth the same as the output of the iPhone 12, although they are better. It has better overt performance, longer battery life, better camera sensors, a better screen, and twice the storage (in its basic translation). Taking all of that into account, it makes sense that they don’t change the RAM.
How much battery does the iPhone 13 have in Wh?
Officially, Apple5 has revealed to the manifest that this is the approximate battery life of the iPhone 13:
- Video playback: up to 19 hours.
- Audio playback: up to 75 hours.
iPhone 13 Mini:
- Video playback: up to 17 hours.
- Audio playback: up to 55 hours.
iPhone 13 Pro:
- Video playback: up to 22 hours.
- Audio playback: up to 75 hours.
iPhone 13 ProMax:
- Video playback: up to 28 hours.
- Audio playback: up to 95 hours.
The brand did not reveal the size of these batteries in mAh, but in an official document published on the site. Chemtrec specified the following sizes:
- iPhone 13: 12.41 Wh (15% more than the previous generation).
- iPhone 13 Mini: 9.57 Wh (11.6% more than the previous generation).
- iPhone 13 Pro: 11.97 Wh (11% more than the previous generation).
- iPhone 13 ProMax: 16.75 Wh (18% more than the previous generation).
As you can see, the new iPhone 13s has a little more battery than the previous generation. That explains why all the iPhone 13 models are heavier. than its counterparts in the iPhone 12 series. But we do not see this as a disadvantage, since it is compensated by a long battery life.
Keep in mind that the iPhone 13 not only has a better autonomy by using a long-lasting battery, but also because its A15 Bionic processor is more energy competent than the A14 Bionic of the iPhone 12, although both are 5nm.
In epitome, Apple yes, autonomy has actually improved in their new iPhone 13. As for RAM, they have not improved anyone since it was not necessary for the type of mobile they decided to create.