iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Will Have 2GB of RAM and Apple SIM

Apple iPhone 6sSources have reported previously that the upcoming iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be equipped with additional hardware enhancements. It appears that both devices will be stuffed with bigger RAM, 2GB of RAM, instead of 1GB used by the original iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

This should herald a new change in Apple iPhone lineup, while the iPad Air 2 is Apple’s first tablet with 2GB of RAM. Thereotically, the higher amount of RAM should improve the overall multitasking performance, although this could also result in shorter battery life. Users will be able to open more apps simultaneously, but this will force the processor and GPU to work harder.

Apple SIM is another feature included to the iPhone 6S and it was first available on iPad Air 2. The Apple SIM offers the ability to dynamically switch data plans and carrier, without turning off the phone. Such a capability has been available on dual-SIM Android smartphones, but still a major improvement for iPhone. At the moment, the Apple SIM is supported by four major carriers, EE in the United Kingdom and Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States. Verizon hasn’t confirmed its participation.

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