The suite of development tools created by Apple, Xcode, might have eventually revealed the RAM the Cupertino-based company has stuffed inside its latest iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, as well as the brand new Apple iPad Pro. Throughout this year, there were innumerable rumors suggesting that Apple will double the usual RAM for the new iPhones, upgrading it to 2GB. During the debut of the newest iPhone last Wednesday, however, Apple did not confirm or deny any such speculation.
Now, pictures from Xcode support the idea that Apple did indeed put 2GB of RAM in the iPhone 6s as well as the iPhone 6s Plus, in comparison to the 1GB of RAM in iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The larger RAM will definitely help iPhone users to play graphic-intensive games smoothly, along with the easy multi-tasking between apps. While the top-shelf Android-based smartphones offer 4GB of RAM, the iOS is optimized to fill the gap with even half of that amount.
Not much of a surprise but Xcode confirms 2GB of RAM for the 6s (and 6s plus), and 4GB for the iPad Pro pic.twitter.com/X8Ym4DtamS
— Hamza Sood (@hamzasood) September 13, 2015
Xcode additionally verified that the 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro features 4GB of RAM. That’s double the RAM that the Apple iPad Air 2 has. Indeed, Apple really has upped its game with the new releases!