Apple iPhone 6s might get 2GB of RAM, Apple SIM
When Apple introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in September last year, a lot of noticeable upgrades were noticed on the devices from the predecessing iPhone 5s. The introduction of larger screens and refreshed design were enough to keep the sales trooping but when the company revealed the devices still had 1GB of RAM (as the 2012 iPhone 5) many were left shell-shocked.
Fast-forward to 2015, the next iPhones are being cooked. It won’t be long till the second half of this year when the Apple iPhone 6s and probably the iPhone 6s Plus are unveiled. We’ve gotten info that Samsung is going to take care of the processors running in these smartphones while LG, responsible for making the tiny OLED displays on the Apple Watch, might handle the responsibility of manufacturing screens for the iPhone 6s.
The latest gist making rounds on the Internet right now is that the next iPhones will feature at least 2 gigabytes of RAM to keep up with the ever-demanding tech changes of today. Another one is that the devices will feature the company’s custom Apple SIM out of the box.
What Apple SIM does is to provide users a range of “short-term” plans to choose from among select carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the U.S. and EE in the U.K). The card looks pretty much like a normal nano SIM card and is already out with the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.