GeekBar posted the picture at the top of the post on Weibo earlier today. It is an alleged iPhone 8 NAND flash 64GB memory chips made by SanDisk, who will also supply some 256GB modules, according to GeekBar. Toshiba is said to be a supplier of both 64GB and 256GB chips, while Samsung and SK Hynix are said to be making the 512GB chips.
Earlier rumors have claimed increased storage, but only included up to 256GB. Also, this is the first claim that SanDisk is a NAND supplier for Apple.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has pust the iPhone 8's RAM capacity at 3GB, while the iPhone 7s Plus is expected to have the same. Kuo also claimed that the DRAM transfer speed would be 10 to 15 percent faster than the iPhone 7.