Information about the allegedly prototype iPhone 6s appeared in the Geekbench benchmark database. If you believe the data published there, the new Apple smartphone will receive 2 GB of RAM, a 3-core processor, which scored 1811 points with a single active core and 4577 points, when all three were involved in testing. This is slightly better than the indicators achieved, for example, HTC One M9: it showed 1232 and 3587 points, respectively.
How reliable the data on the iPhone 6s is is difficult to judge: last week a smartphone with the same code designation appeared in the results of performance tests, but then it was about 1 GB of RAM. The official announcement of the new Apple mobile technology, we recall, is traditionally expected in September.