Re: 7plus. 3GB Ram
I would disagree. Numbers matter in certain spheres, but not in the iPhone world to the same extend as say Android. iOS and its direct hardware/software design enable Apple engineers to better manage RAM usage, power, and fix things like memory leaks and prevent memory abuse. As a result, I would be surprised that most of the 3 GB of RAM in the iPhone 7 most of the time. The fact is, you want to build a device with the right amount of RAM, and for now, that number is probably around 2 to 3 GB. There's no prize for increasing RAM on an iOS device. It's like having a race between a marlin and a cheetah. They can both be fast but function completely differently.
Originally Posted by luc9488
In short, "numbers" are no more valuable or useful than they were 5 years ago and they likely won't ever be a driving force in the market.
The average user doesn't think of RAM at all.
Originally Posted by Tartarus