Apple unveiled the 2019 iPhones on Sept. 10. The iPhone 11, IPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have arrived as successors for iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Apple elaborated on the performance of the Apple A13 Bionic and camera prowess of the iPhone 11 series, but as usual did not share any details on the RAM capacities of the new iPhones. The AnTuTu listings of the iPhone 11 series that have appeared today have revealed all three models are equipped with 4 GB of RAM.
The iPhone XR from last year came with 3 GB of RAM whereas the iPhone XS and iPhone XS max had 4 GB of RAM. 2018 was the first time when Apple had used 4 GB of RAM on its iPhones. Rumors have been claiming that the iPhone 11 has 4 GB of RAM whereas the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are equipped with 6 GB of RAM. The following AnTuTu listing of iPhone 11 (iPhone 12,1), iPhone 11 Pro (iPhone 12,3) and iPhone 11 Pro Max (iPhone 12,5) show they are all equipped with 4 GB of RAM. AnTuTu has claimed that it did not any iPhone 11 variant with 6 GB of RAM.
As it can be seen in the screenshots above, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro have recorded 455K+ scores on AnTuTu benchmarks whereas the iPhone 11 Pro has scored 462K+. The benchmarking platform has claimed that the Apple 13 Bionic offers 28 percent performance improvement compared to the iPhone XS series that were fueled by Apple A12.