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Benchmark indicates that iPhone 6s 2GB RAM and 1.8GHz dual-core processor
A benchmark that indicates a user has posted on Twitter that the iPhone 6s has a memory the size of 2GB. Moreover, the dual-core A9 processor seems with a maximum clock speed of 1.8GHz.
The iPhone 6 has a dual-core 1.4GHz soc on which Apple for the iPhone 6s so stick to a soc with two processor cores, but those cores are therefore higher clocked. Whether Apple Cyclone design for the cores also gave an update is unknown. If the score would be linear, which will be the case, because the single core score of the A9 and a half times as high as that of the A8, at around 2400 points. That is about as high as the score for the 12 “MacBook from earlier this year with Intel Core M processor.
The memory has a size of 2 GB, double the 1GB which over recent years has been in iPhones. It is the first time that an iPhone inherits a bigger memory than 1GB. The iPad Pro has a memory the size of 4GB.
The data comes from Geekbench screenshots of a user from the US city of San Diego who has a rose gold iPhone 6s early gotten as 9to5 Mac noticed. The data are consistent with the specs that the Chinese inspection agency Tenaa posted. Via Tenaa often leak information about new smartphones.
Apple presented the iPhone along with the 6s 6s Plus nearly two weeks ago. The smartphone comes out Friday in a select number of countries and is therefore concerned with people who have ordered it. The device comes as a rumor earlier in the Netherlands for ten days off with the device from Friday to Dutch stores should be ordered.Viewing:-188
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