Apple iPhone 6s production to start in June: A9 CPU, 2GB RAM, pressure touch tech
As if to disperse any doubts about the upcoming iteration of Apple's iPhone flagship for the year, the Chinese blogosphere is brimming with tips that the device will indeed sport an Apple A9 chipset, just as rumored. The new silicon is expected to be produced by Samsung in mass quantities, taking advantage of the company's superior 14nm manufacturing prowess.
We've also heard rumors that the phone will come with 2 GB of DDR4 RAM, and sport pressure touch sensitivity, which are being reiterated once more now. What we haven't heard, though, is the production cycle, and the new tip comes to claim that Apple will start mass production in June, gunning for 230 million units in total, which means that the company should be announcing the handset in time for the usual September launch.