Earlier today, a screenshot from iPhone tracking application Device Standing suggested Apple’s larger iPhone 6 Plus may be restricted to 1 GB of RAM, just like the iPhone 6.

A number of iPhone 6 Plus assessments, which were released this night, show up to confirm that hypothesis, with multiple websites mentioning the device has 1 GB of RAM. In its testimonial, Macworld says that the iPhone 6 as well as the 6 Plus both “appear to have the exact same 1GB of memory as in 2012’s tools.”

TechRadar has a similar claim, specifying that both the iPhone 6 and also the iPhone 6 Plus have 1 GB of RAM, as does The Guardian, detailing 1GB of RAM in the specifications of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. T3, TechRadar‘s sibling site, stated the iPhone 6 Plus’s 1 GB of RAM seemed to manage all jobs tossed at it rather well.

The 1GB of RAM inside, once again, doesn’t appear also sturdy, yet appeared to deal with the brand-new multi-tasking attributes well as well as propped up some synchronised emailing, video viewing and also HD gaming. Internal tweaks such as the Steel graphics upgrade we need to wait to view the benefit of, however the brand-new BioShock port is one of the most requiring games on iOS currently and it carried out wonderful, as did The Wolf Amongst Us (have a look at that shade range) and Asphalt 8 (speeeeeeed).

Apart from the size distinction between the 4.7 as well as 5.5-inch iPhone 6 devices, the appearance of 1GB of RAM in both phones proposes that they have virtually the same interior requirements, providing the very same A8 chip and also memory.

The larger iPhone 6 Plus does, however, have a larger electric battery due to its size and it additionally provides optical photo stablizing as a differentiating factor.

Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be arriving in shops as well as in the hands of consumers starting on Friday, September 19. We have actually rounded up a complete list of all the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus reviews that getting been launched up until now, giving customers a clear photo of both devices in advance of launch.

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