After a rogue press release from Adobe spilled the beans that the iPad Pro has 4 GB of RAM
, now a Reddit user of purported Apple employee origin, has posted that the iPhone 6s
and 6s Plus
do indeed have 2 GB of RAM, as speculated long before their announcement. As usual, Apple never gives specs details which according to it are irrelevant to the overall experience, like processing speed, RAM amount, or battery capacity, and the new iPhone are no exception.
The Reddit thread got shaken by a handle dubbed adobeflashcrashed
, so someone from Adobe with access to Apple's internal might again be on the prowl. The source posted some screenshots, one of which you can see below, seemingly confirming access to Apple's internal website asw.apple.com, and said that the 2 GB of RAM mention was found "in a PDF doc under the iPhone tab
," but couldn't take a screenshot of it due to employee watermarking.
In any case, we won't know for sure before the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are disassembled for the first time, and the chippery inside put under examination, but all rumors and leaked benchmarks were pointing in that direction even before this tangential proof claim.