Apple development tool confirms iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to feature 2GB of RAM, and 4GB of RAM is on iPad Pro

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Apple development tool confirms iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to feature 2GB of RAM

Apple has officially announced their latest iPhones and iPad on the recent Apple event that was held last week. However, during the event, Apple officials did not mentioned how much RAM is available on the iPhone 6S or the iPad Pro.

Being said, speculations had been made and many are anticipating the iPhone 6S to offer 2GB of RAM for the first time on an iPhone.

XCODE revealed iPad Pro to pack 4GB of RAM

In the meantime, Adobe also issued a Creative Cloud press release stated that the iPad Pro has 4GB of RAM. Well, apparently they did not want to reveal this in the first place so the mention was removed hours later.

Just recently, iOS developer Hamza Sood has discovered that Apple development tool XCODE has finally confirmed that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus packs 2GB of RAM each, while the iPad Pro is equipped with 4GB of RAM.

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SOURCE MACRUMORS