According to a recent rumor that the next generation iPhone 6S is to ship with 2 GB RAM, including the Apple SIM.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which was released in September last year, have only been available for a few months. News about the next generation iPhone has been everywhere. I cannot make sure that whether the next generation iPhone will be named as iPhone 6S, for there is still no official news.
According to the news, Apple’s upcoming “S” refresh to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus apparently includes two gigabytes of random access memory (RAM), a feature long expected by Apple fans who have been eyeing top end Android handsets with 3GB of RAM with envy. More RAM = better multitasking = longer battery life.
Furthermore, the phone ship with the Apple SIM which debuted alongside the iPad Air 2, as reported by AppleInsider quoting “a person familiar with Apple’s future product plans” who in the past has provided “reliable info.”
Speaking of RAM, by the time the iPhone 6s gets announced and released (presumably this fall), it will have been three years since Apple gave iPhones 1 GB of RAM with the iPhone 5’s 2012 debut. A RAM upgrade for the upcoming iPhones is almost certainly in tow.
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