There are two things that Apple will never tell you when it comes to its iOS devices, and that’s how much memory an iPhone or iPad has, and what size the batteries are. Apple probably thinks these details aren’t important to iPhone and iPad buyers, yet they clearly are for many people, so it doesn’t tell you anything about RAM or battery during the event, in the subsequent press releases, or in the specs sections of the new products’ web pages.
When it comes to its MacBooks, however, Apple does jot down memory options on its website. That’s likely because users can opt for a configuration that has more or less RAM, something that’s not available on iPhone – but it doesn’t offer battery size on laptops either.
This year Apple significantly upgraded RAM for iPhone 6s, iPad Pro and Apple TV, and many reports can confirm these details well ahead of future teardown jobs. More →