Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus arriving Sept. 9, things you should know

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is less than five days away from introducing a new iteration in iPhone series. iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are most likely to arrive this year during the Sept 9. special event, but tech folks are also favouring release of iPhone 7 instead of 6S on the basis of the rumored specifications. Also, it sounds like ‘success’ rather 6S.

Talking about what is going to arrive this year then the first thing on the list is the arrival of the Force Touch on the iPhone 6S. iOS 9 has probably been optimized for those features, and the several leaked pictures of the iPhone 6S front panel confirm its arrival. Force Touch, just like it worked on the Watch and MacBooks, is going to open a new dimension of the user interaction for the iPhone. Several options can appear with a pressure touch which otherwise are accessible only by following different setting options.


Other than this, next in the line we have is a new color variant of the iPhone 6S. Apple is going to feature a Rose Gold or probably a Rose Pink variant in the smartphone. Several images have appeared online regarding the arrival of a pink iPhone, however, all of them have been believed to be a Photoshop artwork, as the TouchID ring color didn’t match the overall unibody paint – which is something Apple has never done.

One major update we have here is the presence of 13 MP pixel iSight camera and 5MP FaceTime camera shooting pictures with an excellent resolution. The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are also going to arrive with the Aluminum 7000 series alloy to strengthen the unibody, which earlier had weak points near the volume rocker and SIM tray.

Apple is also going to add the new A9 processor clocked at a frequency of 1.5 GHz of more. Along with that, we have 2GB of RAM that would help iPhone run almost anything thrown at it. Other than this we also have reports about the company featuring a quad-core processor this time.

There is another thing as well. Apple has done almost everything to help iPhone maintain its quality. No more bend gates, no more software issues, the Cupertino giant is going to make the smartphone a top-notch device.

The price for the smartphone is going to be same as the previous version on the contract, however, we may see a decline of $50 in the unlocked iPhones.

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James Oliver

James is a tech-savvy journalist who specializes in consumer electronics. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and has a knack for dissecting gadgets to their core. Whether it's smartphones, wearables, or smart home devices, James has got it covered. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking.