As we’re getting closer and closer to the date when Apple will release its upcoming iPhone 6S, there are more and more rumors about this device. For example, according to a new report, iPhone 6S’ display is going to feature the next-gen Force Touch ability.
This report comes from the 9to5Mac website, which claims that the new pressure-sensitive display will now be called “3D Touch Display”. With other words, the display of the upcoming iPhone 6S will be able to recognize not only taps and presses, but also deep presses. That being said, the new “3D Touch Display” will feature three different types of input support. This is the reason why the display is being called “3D”.
This year, Apple is expected to release the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus devices. According to a report from “The Independent”, Apple is planning to release the iPhone 6S with the similar price tag as the current iPhone 6. So, if you’ve bought the current iPhone 6 device, then we’re pretty sure that you will be very disappointed.
However, in case you have been saving money for the iPhone 6S, then this is great news, as now you will probably have enough money for it and you will spend less than you would have expected.
According to “Techtastic”, the iPhone 6S will be sold as follows:
– 16GB variant: 749 dollars.
– 64GB variant: 849 dollars.
– 128GB variant: 949 dollars.
As for the iPhone 6S Plus, you will probably have to pay an extra 100-150 dollars for the same amount of storage space.
We’re pretty sure that there are a lot of Apple fans who’ve been waiting for the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus. These flagships are expected to be unveiled on September 9, 2015, during an event held by Apple.