Latest Xcode Build Confirms 2GB of RAM in iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, 4GB of RAM in iPad Pro



The latest build of Apple development tool Xcode seems to confirm that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus each contain 2GB of RAM, while the iPad Pro has 4GB of RAM, as discovered by iOS developer Hamza Sood.

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have long been rumoured to have 2GB of RAM. After Apple’s announcement, Adobe issued a Creative Cloud press release that stated the iPad Pro had 4GB of RAM. The company removed the mention from the press release just a few hours later.

As usual, Apple made no mention of how much RAM the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, or iPad Pro have during its “Hey Siri” media event. The company also doesn’t include the amount of RAM on the tech spec pages for any of its devices.

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be available on September 25, with device pre-orders starting yesterday. The iPad Pro will be available starting in November, alongside the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard case.


  • That’s great news…
    So just like many media, I think this “S” series is the strongest compare to the “No S”. The iPhone 6S (plus) seems to be a huge step in power and speed!!! 🙂

  • Can’t wait to no longer have Safari reload. Biggest pet peeve.

  • Chrome262

    Was going to buy it from apple directly but so expensive, glad i waited for the S though.

  • Should be a good upgrade

  • Shameer Mulji

    A lot of that is related to Safari as much as it is a lack of RAM. On a side, this S upgrade looks like a good. Buyers should have no issue getting 3 to 4 years of use out of it.

  • Zeke

    I wish I knew what the iPad Mini 4 has.