Apple revealed the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 yesterday, but they only revealed details about the RAM for the iPhone 7, which will come with a total of 2GB of RAM.

However, they did not reveal any such details about the iPhone 7 Plus, thankfully, GeekBench has done that job for us, revealing that the iPhone 7 Plus will come with a total of 3GB of RAM.

They revealed this in a new benchmarking test for the iPhone 9.4.

This makes it the largest amount of RAM available in an iOS device outside of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, making it much faster than that device.

To top this off, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will shop with a four-core A10 Fusion chipset.

At the event yesterday, Apple revealed that this four-core processor will feature two high-performance cores that run 40% faster than the A9, alongside two high-efficiency cores that run at 1/5 of that power for a longer battery life.

Interestingly, the benchmark only shows up two processors, but that might be because the iPhone 7 only activates those high-performance when needed.

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