Apple introduces yet another remarkable device, the iPhone 6S, an improved version of their flagship smartphone with a similar design but loads of new features. Among their updates for the new smartphone is their key feature of pressure-sensitive display, which allows the new 3D Touch from Apple to function, all of them also available on the iPhone 6S Plus, according to the Verge.
This new feature from Apple lets you bring up menus, shortcuts, and ?interact with the device in new ways? just by pressing down on the iPhone?s screen. Along with 3D Touch is the all-new Taptic Engine from Apple which is installed into the phone to give you real-time feedback, shared by the Verge.
Apple also gives us the new ?peek? and ?pop,? two new ways that are enabled through 3D Touch. Lightly pressing on an icon lets you ?peek? through the content without directly going into it while pressing harder lets you ?pop? open the app, without having it taking over the screen, posted by the Verge.
On the other hand, the iPhone 6S will sport the same design and 4.7-inch display size as the iPhone 6, with an additional color of rose gold. It will be running on an Apple?s A9, the new 64-bit processor, and will apparently run 70 percent faster at CPU tasks and 90 percent faster at GPU tasks, according to Apple.
Apple will be putting up a 12-megapixel iSight camera, capable of capturing sharp, detailed photos with their new Live Photos, which lets you capture a short clip from every photo that you take. The camera will also be taking an amazing 4K video, with optical image stabilization to shoot ?smooth, beautiful videos in lower light,? shared by Apple.
So for those getting ready to buy the new iPhone 6S, the device will be available at a price of $649 with the iPhone 6S Plus at $749 with pre-orders beginning at September 12th and sales starting on September 25th. Unfortunately for Australians, you?ll have to pay $280 more.