Confirmed: Apple iPhone 6S has 2GB RAM and iPad Pro 4GB RAM

CUPERTINO, CA- Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: APPL) Apple has a general strategy of not revealing the detailed technical features of its products, whether it’s the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, or the also new iPad Pro.

Not that it matters to the majority of consumers, who simply want to own the latest trend of the market, without being able to tell the difference between an Apple A9 and an Exynos 7420 processor.

But still, for those of us who actually care what is under the hood, it is important to find out the specs of Apple’s products, since they are quite often the centre of discussion.

And yet the average Apple fan would probably have more luck finding a smurf village rather than getting to know what’s going on with the new iPhone’s processor chip capabilities.

Moreover that would be the case for all of us, if it wasn’t for Hamza Sood, an iOS developer who managed to lure out the detailed info on the specs from Xcode, the official tool for building iOS apps.

So, according to the latest evidence, the new iPhones (6S and 6S Plus) feature 2GB of RAM while the iPad Pro comes with 4.

Two gigs of RAM has been a standard feature that Apple has been including in various devices for the last year or two.

And combining that with the fact that the new iPhones were presented as the company’s biggest achievements so far in the smartphones industry, it doesn’t strike as a surprise. The real surprise, based on Apple products features so far, is the 4GB RAM on the iPad Pro.

Of course, on second thought, it may look a bit more sensible, since this tablet has been announced as a more professional one, so it will need all it can get to meet our expectations. Difficult tasks such as multitasking, truly require that amount of RAM on a tablet.

What we expect now is the rest of the technical details on other components, such as the processor and the GPU. In the meantime stay tuned to find out all the latest news on this and many other hot topics.

Senior reviews editor at Technology News Extra.

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