Apple finally unveiled its new iPhone 6S smartphone at an event which took place on 9th September. The phone keeps the exterior of its predecessor but has some new internals with some nice extras. These extras include a new processor, updated cameras at the front and back of the phone and a pressure sensitive 3D Touch display.
This new phone recognizes force in addition to the multitouch i.e. it works on the home screen and provides you with shortcuts on the stuff you do frequently. For example, pressing lightly on the email thread will provide you with a preview of the message.
Apple has kept the display at 4.7 inch Retina display which is also found on the iPhone 6. It is powered with the all new A9 chipset, which is the company’s third generation 64-bit chipset and offers upto 90% faster console class graphics along with 70% faster processing performance. Also, this new processor offers the phone new transistor architecture, which Apple is still working upon.
There is a 12 MP iSight camera which features 50% more pixels and 50% more focus pixels. This new 12 MP camera is capable of shooting 4K videos as well. The front camera is 5MP, and makes use of the LCD display as a true tone flash. There is a special chipset inside the new iPhone 6S smartphone, which drives the display upto 3X brighter in order to provide the best possible lightning for your selfie.
The second generation Touch ID display is two times faster than the first generation. For enhanced connectivity, Apple uses LTE advanced, twice faster Wi-Fi etc.
According to the reports, the pre-orders for this handset will start on 12th September, while sales will start from 25th September. Apple will launch it in US, UK, Canada, Australia, China, Germany, Hong Kong, France and Japan.
For UK, prices will start at £539, while the 64 GB and 128 GB models will cost around £619 and £699 respectively.