When Apple unveiled the iPhone 6S last week, it told us all about the new 3D Touch technology in its screen, its enhanced camera, and its improved processor.
What it didn't tell us, however, is how much RAM (or Random Access Memory) is in the phone.
Developer Hazma Sood, who regularly digs up details about upcoming Apple products by noodling around in the company's software, recently discovered that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will have 2GB of RAM.
That's a considerable jump from the 1GB of RAM found on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Sood posted his findings to Twitter, saying that he made the discovery when using Apple's developer tool XCode, which helps engineers build apps for Apple's platforms. The tweet was quickly picked up by blogs such as9to5Mac and Macworld among others.
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