Apple unveiled the iPhone 15 series yesterday at its “Wonderlust” event, and while the brand talked about the new features and improvements the iPhone 15 lineup comes with, it expectedly didn’t mention the amount of RAM its smartphones have onboard. But thanks to MacRumors and software code researcher aaronp613, we know this year’s Pro versions have more RAM than last year’s models.
The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max each have 8GB RAM onboard – that’s 2GB more RAM than what the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max came with. This information was found in the files in the Xcode 15 Release Candidate. However, there are no details about the type of RAM used on the iPhone 15 series.
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus come with 6GB RAM, which is the same as last year’s iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
All four iPhone 15 models will be up for pre-orders starting September 15 in the first wave of countries, with sales beginning September 22. You can check the iPhone 15 lineup’s pricing for major markets here and head this way for coverage of yesterday’s event.