What do we know about the iPhone 6s?

Image Source: www.apple.com

Image Source: www.apple.com

 

Apple’s new iPhone was finally revealed at Apple’s keynote presentation yesterday and lived up to expectations. It is indeed the iPhone 6s, not the iPhone 7, as some speculated.

Boasting the same sleek design and sizes as last year’s releases, the ‘S’ generation is brimming with new innovations such as the advanced high speed A9 chip with 64-bit architecture and 3D Force Touch, which will allow for more efficient and intuitive interaction with the phone. There is also much to be said about the improved camera with 12 Megapixel capacity and a new “Live Photos” feature will capture a moment, not just a second. Additionally, video capabilities have been stretched again with the introduction of 4K recording and a higher resolution of 1080p HD.

Apple have added a fourth colour to the range, rose Gold and it is believed this rosy hue will be very popular.  The greatest surprise about the phone was the fact that Apple are keeping the 16GB storage option which many believed would be dismissed, given the introduction of intensive 4K video recording. Apple are making the phones more accessible in the USA with a new Apple payment programme, allowing customers pay for the phones in monthly instalments.

The phones will be available to pre-order from Apple from 12th September and will be in stores from the 25th.

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