Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus with 3D touch
Apple, the leading gadget manufacturer just announced the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Both devices are pretty much exactly what an iPhone lover expected. The Apple iPhone 6s looks practically indistinguishable from last year’s iPhone 6. The device is built out of the same 7000 series aluminum as the Apple iWatch Sport and includes a stronger glass display. The Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus also brings over the iWatch’s “Force Touch” feature. Both devices now got a brand new feature called “3D Touch.” The device will run on the latest iOS 9.
The Apple iPhone 6s is powered by Apple’s new A9 processor, which is 70 percent faster than the A8 at CPU tasks and 90 percent faster at graphics work. The new chip is an upgraded M9 motion co-processor built right on as previously it was a separate chip. The device has a second-gen Touch ID fingerprint sensor. It is faster and more accurate than the iPhone 6. OnePlus also introduced Touch ID in their latest flagship OnePlus 2 and claimed it is more batter then Apple’s Touch ID. Now the comparison will be with Apple’s send gen Touch ID.
Apple upgraded the camera of iPhone 6s to a new 12-megapixel shooter. The new camera packs in 50 percent more pixels than the last camera. The new camera is capable to shoot 4K video. The Apple iPhone 6s front-facing camera also got a few upgrades. Now it has a 5MP sensor and a selfie-flash capability that lights up the phone’s screen briefly. The 3D Touch also makes its way into photos. The “Live Photos” feature lets you hold down on pictures to play video clips. It looks like the phone is basically shooting a bit of video every time you take a shot, similar to the way HTC’s Zoe feature worked. User can also set a Live Photo as home screen on the Apple Watch.
The Apple iPhone 6s starts at $199 for the 16GB model on-contract, The 64GB and 128GB options available at $299 and $399 respectively. Pre-orders for the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus begin from September 12. For more news about apple stay tuned with tech-byts.