In terms of memory/storage configuration, all three models will likely adopt 3GB RAM; the 4.7”/5.5” will likely have the same storage options as the current iPhone 7/7+ in 32/128/256GB while the 5.8” model looks to be only offered in two memory configurations: 64GB and 256GB. Finally, the 5.8” model will likely have extended battery life with two packs of batteries.
This contradicts a previous report from TrendForce which claimed the 4.7-inch iPhone 7s would continue to have 2GB of RAM.
Arcuri also said all three new iPhones will feature USB-C power delivery over Lightning. This corroborates an earlier report from the often reliable Ming-Chi Kuo.
As we noted earlier today, Arcuri says that Apple is facing yield issues with integrating the Touch ID sensor into the display of the OLED iPhone. This could push back the release date of the iPhone 8; although, it is still expected to debut alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.
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