According to information obtained by developer Steve Troughton-Smith within Xcode, some hardware details of Apple products such as the new Watch Series 5 and the 10.2 “iPad gained more accurate information than the company revealed at the event. release.
In a series of tweets published by Steve, he states that the Apple Watch Series 5 offers exactly the same graphics card and processing chipset as the previous generation introduced in 2018, confirming the Apple S4 chip developed by the company itself.
According to the developer, the only hardware changes maybe just for the addition of the gyroscope and the NAND-type 32 GB memory, which makes the smartwatch faster and should offer greater security against crashes than the previous generation.
According to Xcode, Apple Watch Series 5 has the same generation CPU/GPU as the Apple Watch Series 4; I guess the only changes are a gyro and 32GB of NAND? The plus side of that is that we won't have to worry about watchOS being slower on the Series 4 than on a brand new model
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 18, 2019
Information from Steve Troughton-Smith also reveals that Xcode confirms the use of 4 GB of RAM on all new iPhone models, going against last week’s rumors of 6 GB of RAM.
And the developer also confirms that the new 10.2 “iPad arrives with 3 GB of RAM, offering an improvement over the previous generation that offered only 2 GB for application management.