We’ll find out what, if any changes are coming to the iPhone 6s when it’s announced this fall.
Launch: A new rumor claims that Apple will release the iPhone 6s in September, reports Digital Trends.
Although the iPhone 6S is expected to look nearly exactly the same as the iPhone 6, significant internal improvements are expected. Moreover, newer companies such as Xiaomi, ZTE, Huawei, and OnePlus have introduced excellent Android (and Android-based Cyanogen) phones in the $200-350 range, and have received wonderful traction and reviews among emerging countries’ middle class. Tarun Pathak, senior telecom analyst at Counterpoint Research, said the iPhone 4s price cut might allow Apple to expand its future consumer base in India due to high brand loyalty it generally enjoys and the stickiness of its iOS ecosystem. The chip and the bigger battery makes one wonder how the device can be used, particularly for browsing or social media activities. The aluminum is 60 per cent stronger than standard aluminum but still lightweight. Improved battery performance, 12-MP camera, and Wireless charging are the most seeking ones.
Apple is likely to dispose of the 16GB iPhone following the launch of an entry-level 32GB iPhone 6S model.
The plans show a handset that has a footprint of 138 x 67mm – exactly the same as the iPhone 6 – and a thickness of 7.1mm, 0.2mm thicker, which is the same as the larger iPhone 6 Plus.
According to few other rumors, Apple is planning to ditch the physical finger scan button in the upcoming iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
Unfortunately, iPhone 6S would not have major exterior design changes aside from getting a thicker build. It is widely believed that the iPhone 6S would resemble the iPhone 6 in many ways, including the size of the display screen.
That means that Apple is likely to get only a small portion of the 174m units that the Strategy Analytics team expect will sell in India in 2017.
We are considering this information with a pinch of salt now, as the email is yet to be authenticated by Vodafone authorities.
Component suppliers in Taiwan have reportedly started deliveries to Foxconn and Pegatron – the two OEMs that manufacture iPhones – for production of the next-generation device, which is expected to be released in September.
“Despite the strength of the iPhone 6 rollout, we remain concerned that Apple’s current overall market share and share of the $400-plus (average selling price) segment (have) peaked”, Scribner said.