iPhone 4 will have twice the memory of the iPad

It has been confirmed that the new model iPhone which is set to be released this month will have 512MB or RAM, instead of the 256MB that the iPhone 3Gs and the iPad have now.  This information was revealed at a developer session at Apple’s WWDC conference and has now ben confirmed as Apple made available online to its registered developers recordings of the conference’s sessions.

This increased RAM should allow the iPhone 4 to handle multiple tasks better than the current 3Gs model and the iPad, both of which will be receiving operating system upgrades that will allow them to support multi-tasking.  The iPhone 3Gs should have its OS update available at about the same time the iPhone 4 is released, but there is no definite time frame for the iPad OS update.

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