iPhone 6S reports suggest double the RAM and better CPU
A new batch of alleged improvements are reported to come to the next flagship for Apple. It was mentioned that the iPhone 6S/7 could have double the RAM and better processing power than the current iPhone 6.
Taiwanese site TechNews states that the Cupertino company will finally bring 2GB of RAM to the next iPhone rather than the 1GB RAM seen on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Not only that, they will also reportedly use LPDDR4 RAM modules and do away with the current LPDDR3. These modules were said to be supplied by Hynix, Samsung, and Micron-Elpida.
Moreover, new iPhones are also rumored to have better processing power than what the 6 and 6 Plus have right now. If these allegations push through, we could be seeing a new A9 CPU replacing the A8 processors seen in current models. These reports go on top of the previous ones about the iPhone 6S having dual-camera lens and a “Force Touch” technology which can tell if you’re just tapping or pressing hard on the screen.
So far that’s all the info we have for now regarding the next iPhone. Be sure to keep it locked here to keep tabs on the possible updates on Apple’s next flagship.