iPhone 6s Alleged to Feature 2 GB RAM and Tri-Core 1.5 GHz CPU
Apple is expected to unveil its new flagship smartphone, the iPhone 6s, sometime next month, along with the larger iPhone 6S Plus phablet. With a launch date just around the corner, we’re bound to hear new leaks and rumors almost every single day.
Just yesterday, we saw Apple’s upcoming A9 and A9X benchmark scores showing an impressive improvement over the current A8 processor found in the iPhone 6 duo. Today, some more sources speak up about the next-gen iPhone claiming the new 6s duo will come with RAM upgrade.
According to a Geekbench report, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will feature 2 GB of RAM and tri-core processor that is capable of churning out a maximum processing speed of 1.5 GHz. The report also reveals that the camera resolution for the flagship will upgrade from 8 MP to 12 MP, offering the greater degree of photo effects optimization.
As for other specifications, the iPhone 6S will sport a 4.7 inches screen whereas the iPhone 6S Plus will be fitted with a 5.5 inches display. Both the handsets are expected to feature the upcoming iOS 9 OS and could be a tad bit thicker than the current iPhone.
One of the major features that will arrive on the latest iPhone series is the incorporation of the Force Touch technology on their displays. The new feature senses the level of force exerted on a phone’s display and enables it to distinguish between a light tap and firmer press so that it could respond accordingly.
Both the new iPhone 6S models will reportedly be launched on Sept. 9 and are expected to be available for purchase later in the same month.
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