For several months, rumors have struggled to agree on the names of smartphones Apple from 2017 which will be presented at a keynote in few hours. The recent leak of the Golden Master version ofiOS 11 comes to close this debate. The three phones from the Cupertino company that will be released this year will not be called iPhone 7S, 7S Plus and 8 but iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
The news was announced by developer Steven Troughton-Smith via his Twitter account (@stroughtonsmith). The man discovered these three mentions in a piece of code from the GM version of iOS 11 that recently leaked on the Web. You understood, all the rumors that have had the subject of the iPhone 8 so far concerned the iPhone X. This choice of name is not really surprising, since the phone will mark the 10 years of the range .
The man also discovered information concerning the RAM memory of these three smartphones. The iPhone 8 will benefit from 2 GB of RAM, and the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X will have 3 GB of RAM. The dual photo sensor will be 12 megapixels on the back and the front sensor will be 7 megapixels. The infrared (IR) camera will have a definition of 1,312 x 1,104 pixels.
Finally, iOS 11 Golden Master allowed to learn more about the A11 Fusion processor, which will equip the iPhone X and most likely the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The processor number is T8015, and it has 6 cores (including 4 with significant performance). Roll on tonight’s keynote to see it in action!