Unearthed code from Xcode 15 Release Candidate which was released today confirms the rumored new RAM capacity for the iPhone 15 Pro, which is a 2GB increase compared to all iPhone 14 models that came in at 6GB of RAM. The discovered code also confirms that the base iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are still equipped with 6GB of RAM.
The last time memory capacity was increased on the iPhone was with the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max in 2020. Both models came with 6GB of RAM, which was a 2GB increase compared to the 4GB memory of their iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max predecessors.
The RAM technology still remains unknown and will likely be so until teardown experts get their hands on the iPhone 15 Pro once it’s made available next week on Friday, September 22. It is likely however that Apple is sticking with LPDDR5 RAM technology as previously rumored.
iPhone 15 Pro starts at $999 for 128GB, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max starts at $1199 for 256GB of storage. Pre-orders will start on Friday, September 15, with shipping to commence next week on Friday, September 22.