We'll see Apple's in , but a suspected benchmarking test might hint at one model's specs. Geekbench took a closer look at the "iPhone 12.1," which 9to5Mac said is the successor to (last year's lowest spec model), and it doesn't sound like much of a leap forward.
The test suggested that the new iPhone is around 12% faster than the 2018 equivalent for single-core tasks, but the multi-core performance is basically the same as last year's, 9to5Mac noted.
It also said that the XR successor will have 1GB additional RAM, bringing it to a total of 4GB, bringing it in line with last year's and XS Max. We don't know if Apple plans to bump up the RAM of the as a result.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment, but we'll find out more atin the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, next Tuesday.