Apple is finally going to double the amount of RAM from 1GB to 2GB in the iPhone 6S, claims just about every single report we’ve seen.
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.
The new devices will carry a number of upgraded features, such as a higher resolution camera, a faster computer processor, a more durable metal frame and a pressure sensitive contextual control input called Force Touch, which activates different functions, depending on how hard you press the screen.
The rumor mill is wanting fairly good on the looks of an iPhone 6S and an iPhone 6S Plus, which might be in line with Apple’s commonplace product cycle. According to well connected 9to5Mac, the iPhone 6S has a 3D Touch Display. It’s apparently called “3D Touch” and it brings with it the ability to recognize three levels of pressure rather than the existing two: a tap, a press and (the new one) a longer press.
Apple’s iPhone 6S specs are going to be a major focus of its forthcoming smartphone, because this is an “S” update that reportedly shies away from changing the design. Now, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S plus are made from an improved aluminum material. There are likely to be serious availability issues when the iPhone 6S is released next week.
This could disappoint many users who bought the iPhone 6 lately. The Apple Watch, for instance, is not always reacting to a deep press. Expect menu transitions to be more fluid and the iOS 9 keyboard to not lag behind your touch, especially at the end of your phone’s drawn out two- or three-year lifecycle.
Experts have said that Apple is improving the back and front camera and may be thickness of back panel is also getting done. If you want to buy the iPhone 6S because of the Force Touch – Apple is already late to the party.