Apple’s iPhone 6S and 6S Plus Are Speedy: New A9 Processor Posts Big Gains

28 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus teardown: How the smartphones look from inside.

The new Siri in iOS 9 isn’t just a question-and-answer machine — she can predict what you want to do or who you want to talk to before you even ask. Repair firm iFixit has opened up an Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in its iPhone product teardown exercise and has revealed much that you would like to know.

The firm put the iPhone 6s under its knife and found that it packs 2 GB of RAM, twice than its predecessor, and is also faster than before with LPDDR4 standard. That’s twice as much as the iPhone 6, and this represents the first time that Apple has increased the iPhone’s memory since the iPhone 5, which came out in 2012. This compromise is due to the inclusion of the new 3D Touch display that is larger than before, despite an overall size being similar to the predecessor. Even better, web pages won’t have to reload nearly every time you switch tabs because the 6S has enough memory to keep tabs ready and waiting for you. The company would rather focus on its better user experience and design, which are arguably more important than cold numbers and specifications anyways.

Those are the notable secrets uncovered by the teardowns, but that doesn’t mean you can’t head over to iFixit to ogle at the inside of your fancy new rose gold iPhone.

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