Due to new reports there are some iPhone 6S new features that may just be the biggest “s” upgrades Apple company has ever implement.
Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst suggests that the next smartphone iPhone 7 or 6S (6S Plus) will feature a significant processor upgrade, twice the RAM of its predecessors, improved Touch ID and Force Touch, sapphire display, better camera, new color option, strengthened shell.
The two size options is the thing that would stay the same!
The report suggested that the iPhone 6s devices will boast Apple’s A9 chipset, 12-megapixel rear-cameras, improved Touch ID for Apple Pay and the same Force Touch technology seen on the Apple Watch and Retina MacBook.
The report states that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will have 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM, compared to the 1 GB LPDDR3 RAM seen in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The major difference between DDR3 and DDR4 are the price and the fact that the latter hits much higher clock speeds than the former.
On the exterior design front, Apple will reportedly attempt to avoid a redo of the (overblown) “Bendgate” phenomenon by using Series 7000 aluminum, which is approximately 60 percent stronger than the material used in current iPhones.
Among iPhone 6S new features Cupertino company is said to be planning to market a rose gold color option, again borrowing from the Apple Watch.
The report denies that Apple will ship a 4-inch iPhone this year, instead it will stay at 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch versions. This makes sense given that Apple rarely changes the form factor for “s” releases.
Ming-Chi Kuo suggests there could be a limited-edition iPhone 6s Plus featuring a sapphire display.
In the end the report say that Apple plans to start production in August. It also suggests that the smaller 6s will be more popular than the phablet 6s Plus and sales will hit from 80 million to 90 million in 2015.