Dubious iPhone 6s benchmarks show just 1GB of RAM


I love my iPhone, but maybe not enough to spend
Questions are being raised about the iPhone 6s' RAM-ing speed.
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Everyone is expecting the iPhone 6s to boast 2GB of RAM, but according to a dubious source claiming to be an Apple developer, we may all be wrong.

Switzerland-based Instagram user Fabien Wanner has posted what he claims to be a Geekbench 3 screenshot of the new device, revealing RAM of “just” 1 GB — the same as the current iPhone 6.

Apple could finally give the iPhone more RAM this year


Apple is hoping for big things from its next-gen iPhone.
The iPhone 6s could boast twice the RAM of its predecessor. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Mac
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Although high-end smartphones can boast anything up to 4GB RAM these days, the iPhone has been stuck on 1GB ever since the iPhone 5. This hasn’t really been much of a problem, because iOS is so efficient that developers have been able to continue making apps and games superior to most things on Android, while sticking within the 1GB limit.

This may be about to change, however, according to a new report circulating in the Taiwanese media, which suggests that Apple plans to boost up its iPhone to 2GB of LPDDR4 memory for its forthcoming iPhone 6s, which will likely arrive this September.