Apple traditionally keeps its lips tightly sealed when it comes to detailed specs like RAM in its product launches, and the iPhone 5 launch last week was no exception.
Luckily some gadget sleuths over at AnandTech have deduced that the new A6 processor tucked away within the bowels of the iPhone 5 is packing 1GB of Samsung RAM among its silicon, made up of two 512MB dies at 1066MHz.
In English, that means a 33 per cent improvement in speed over the iPhone 4S – a handy boost to make up for the higher res display and increased graphics performance (on paper at least). As for how the iPhone 5 manages in the real world? You'll have to wait for our incoming review...
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