iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus News: Specs Rumors Grow Louder As Photos Leak Before Release Date

September 7, 2015, 3:26 pm
iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus News: Specs Rumors Grow Louder As Photos Leak Before Release Date

Apple is set to unveil its latest iPhone in a matter of a few short days, with rumors and supposed specifications continuing to build and be released in the build-up to the big announcement.
The event itself is set for September 9, and we`re expecting two new iPhones, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus.
The two new devices are largely expected to keep the design of last year`s iPhones, at least for the most part. This is because of the fact that last year`s devices signified a rather drastic design change, and it would be unlike Apple to unveil two big design changes in two years.
While the design of the new device may well be the same, under the hood, not so much. The new phones are expected to make use of Apple`s Force Touch technology, which was first unveiled in the new MacBook. The technology will allow users to add a new layer of input, allowing them to either touch their display, hold touch it or press down hard to use Force Touch.
One of the other more significant changes expected from the new iPhones is an improved camera. Many suggest that the optical image stabilization technology included in the iPhone 6 Plus will this year make its way to the iPhone 6s. Not only that, but the new devices are expected to include a 12 megapixel camera rather than the 8 megapixel snapper included in the last four generations of iPhones. The front-facing camera is also expected to get an upgrade, making it 5 megapixels and including flash.
Apple is said to also begin offering the new iPhone models in rose gold, allowing users to match their fancy new Apple Watch with their iPhone.
Of course, not everything is based on speculation. A number of photos of the new phones have been released, showing that the iPhone 6s may actually be a little larger than the iPhone 6. Not only that, but it is also possible that the device will be slightly thicker than the previous iPhone models, likely due to the addition of Force Touch.
Only time will tell exactly what the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus end up looking like, however, they`re sure to show a significant increase over last year`s models.
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