iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus possess 2GB RAM
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Apple iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus have 2GB RAM, though the iPad Pro has 4GB RAM, according to the tweet from iOS developer Hamza Sood tweeted, “Not much of a wonder but Xcode approves 2GB of RAM for the 6s (and 6s plus) and 4GB for the iPad Pro.” The information has based on the Apple iOS developer tool Xcode.
Of course, Apple has never actually confirmed or explained the RAM storage in its devices, and although the 2GB RAM for the latest iPhones had rumoured ahead of the launch, the most recent tweet is being seen as a confirmation. iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus possess 2GB RAM
So far, Apple stuck with 1GB RAM for its iPhones, while Android phones like Samsung Galaxy S6, Note 5, etc. have moved into 3GB RAM. Other Android devices like OnePlus 2 offer 4GB RAM. With Apple though less RAM has never actually affected the appearance, although many had pointed out the 1GB RAM was antiquated, given the competition.
Though, as Apple Insider points out, it’s still not clear if Apple is using LPDDR4 for the iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus or are remaining with the LPDDR3. Further confirmation of Apple iPhone 6s’ RAM status would reasonably come once the tear-downs begin after it goes on the trade.
Although the RAM has gone up in the iPhone 6s, Apple it resembles has reduced the battery. Apple’s introducing the iPhone 6s video gives the number 1715 engraved on the battery, which would be inferior to the iPhone 6 which had an 1810 mAh battery.
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