Moritz Sternemann helped MacRumors confirm that the third-generation SE contains 4GB of RAM instead of the prior model with 3GB of RAM, which was previously reported. Xcode 13.3 Release Candidate, which Apple published after its “Peek Performance” presentation on Tuesday, contains strings that provide this information.
As a result, photo and video editing software might benefit from access to additional RAM since they can store more layers in memory. Additional RAM may also enable more programmes and Safari sites to run in the background.
In the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, and more than 30 other nations and regions, pre-orders for the new iPhone SE will begin at 5 a.m. Pacific Time on Friday, March 11. Customers will begin receiving their orders and being able to purchase them in-store on Friday, March 18.