Apple recently unveiled its brand new flagship devices, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. Straight out of the box, these handsets have a pressure-sensitive display as well as a brisk processor and camera snapper.
CEO Tim Cook said during Apple’s expose the following “While they may look familiar, we have changed everything about these new iPhones.” Even if the designs of these S handsets are pretty much the same, the new features are definitely magnetic to consumers worldwide. iPhone is pulling in the big bucks for Apple, so it’s key for the company to keep their buyers excited and curious.
Theses new handsets are identical in size with the previous 2014 phone models, meaning the iPhone 6S sports a 4.7-inch display while the iPhone 6S Plus has a 5.5-inch one. The pre-orders for them will begin this Saturday and on the 25th of September they are expected to hit the stores, mostly in UK, US, France, Australia, China and more. By the end of 2016, everyone will be able to get their hands on an iPhone device. And of course those who have a new iPhone handset can update to the iOS 9 ( 16th of September).
Price wise, the iPhone 6S will retail for $649 (contract free) and the costs for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be lowered, costing $100 less. Apple has integrated a new chipset, dubbed A9 into these devices. And according to Phill Schiller( Apple senior VP) “It’s going to make using our phone faster and a lot more fun.” Besides this outstanding chipset under the hood, the phones will deliver a 12 MP iSight back end camera.
The handsets also come with a sturdy glass cover and they come in silver, gold, rose gold and space gray. They will also deliver faster LTE and Wi-Fi wireless connections, an improved and faster TouchID sensor as well as the 4K recording functionality.
Another neat feature is the Live Photos element- this will immortalize the minutes before and after you take the photo.
Apple also came out with a program (available on Apple Stores) which will permit users to update to the brand new iPhone on a yearly basis with installments (the cheapest one starting at $32). This is meant to help clients have an inexpensive iPhone as carriers are slowly changing their stratagem and leaving 2 year contracts behind.