Is there a way to find how much RAM is installed in my iOS device?


There are a number of free apps that will provide more information about your device’s internals. Lirium Device Info is one of the better ones.

From the top-left menu, open This DeviceSystem for details about your device’s RAM. For instance an iPhone 7+ has 3 GB of RAM:

Note: I am not affiliated with this app or its developer.

  • This app only shows how iOS is using the installed RAM for its own purposes, not "how much RAM is installed in my iOS device" as asked by the OP. – IconDaemon Jul 18 '17 at 12:06
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    The first line says Total size of RAM memory is 3GB. Isn't that the same as "how much RAM is installed in my iOS device" – Gilby Jul 18 '17 at 23:00

Go to EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup, enter one of the listed iDevice numbers or identifiers, hit lookup and you will get the RAM size.

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Please check the *: Apple provides no official details regarding RAM used by the %iDevice%...

Various sites compile nice single page summaries. The RAM across devices is listed just below the top horizontal line:

  • Thanks, I was wondering if there's a way to find out from a command-line command too (once I have a terminal app installed, I mean...) – A. N. Other Jul 16 '17 at 18:53

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