IPhone 6s with 2 GB of RAM?

Rumors of the iPhone 6s have been circulating for some time now, and although Apple has never officially announced such a product, the internet has not stopped speculating about its possible technical specifications. Recent reports on it, suggest the presence of 2 GB of RAM.

The California corporation is known for releasing a new and improved version of its “S” label after some time after releasing its new iPhone model. Two variants of the iPhone 6 are already on sale for several months, so the internet is increasingly speculating on the possible iPhone 6s, wondering what changes will be made in it.

Reports a few days ago suggested improvements to the camera, which could get a better matrix and algorithms for shooting as well as a double lens, for the first time in the history of this brand would provide optical zoom. The camera module itself would also be redesigned to provide better image quality in low light conditions. It would also lack the most desired function, ie optical image stabilization.

The latest rumors are, however, the increase in the amount of RAM present in the iPhone 6s. Although the standard of the competition is already 3 GB of RAM, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus still have only 1GB and worse, it is a memory in a slightly outdated LPDDR3 technology..

That’s why the iPhone 6s would get 2 GB of LPDDR4 technology, delivering up to 34 Gbps of bandwidth, twice the current speed, which would translate into higher hardware performance.

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