iPhone 6S release date, specs: one confirmed feature is the Force Touch


For several months now, rumors have been going around regarding what Apple will bring in next to the smartphone industry. Now, some information have been confirmed.

iPhone 6 has been a success with its sales surpassing 50 million sales unit per quarter. iPhone 6S, anticipated to be released on September this year, with some rumors saying that it will come a month earlier, can expect some similarities with its predecessor. The predicted 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch screens, similar to its iPhone 6 models, are confirmed. There is no major change in the exterior look of iPhone 6S, but for its internal mounting structure for its new components and logic board. Fans of the handset can also anticipate the same connectors, speakers, microphones, and the hidden antenna lines at the back. Earlier, there were rumors regarding a dual lens camera in its anticipated 12 megapixel back shooter. This technology is expected to further boost the quality of the shots, even up to DSLR-like quality, but it may not be incorporated in the upcoming iPhone yet.

But what has changed? One of the most anticipated and highlighted speculation about iPhone 6S is its Force Touch input, a technology which can decipher soft and hard taps on touch screens similar to technology for Apple Watch and MacBook Pro. PC Advisor UK confirmed that this will be seen on the S series of iPhone 6 from a report they got earlier. BGR also noted that iPhone 6S is expected to have longer battery life combined with the battery saving feature of iOS 9, as well as faster LTE speeds through its MDM9635M chip. For other rumors, iPhone 6S is almost sure to use A9 processor at 2GB RAM, while it is still unconfirmed if it will use the same 7000 series aluminum used in Apple Watch for stronger protection without compromising the weight.