In case you were hoping for 2GB of RAM for the premium price you pay for the iPhone 6 Plus, we may have some bad news for you.
With just three days to go until the pre-ordered devices reach their customers and Apple stores officially start selling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a fresh leak from Korea claims the 5.5-inch iPhone will have only 1GB of RAM (via PhoneArena).
You may recall that there were rumours of only 1GB of RAM being used with the iPhone 6, and that 2GB of RAM would be used with the iPad Air 2. A benchmark screenshot leaked on a Korean forum shows the iPhone 6 Plus memory being limited to 1GB of RAM.
Looking at the official iPhone page, where you can compare the two models, you may notice that there are only a few differences between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, among them being the screen, the camera, and battery life.
The lack of additional RAM will likely affect the choices of tech spec hunters and of those who were after a memory upgrade, but after speaking with iOS developers, we can say that 1GB of RAM is still enough for a seamless user experience.