The Cupertino-based tech giant has officially pulled the curtain back on the latest iPhone iteration. Don’t let the outside fool you; the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have been significantly upgraded from last year’s models, and is sure to have Apple fans chomping at the bit.
They now have a feature called 3D Touch, which uses Force Touch technology. A light pressure will allow you to peek at the contents of an app, while pressing with more force will pop it open. The updated phones use an A9 chip, speeding up overall performance by 70 percent, and graphics performance by 90 percent. For photographers and selfie snappers there’s now a 12 megapixel camera, and they can shoot 4k video. Even the phones’ enclosure has been upgraded to 7000 series aluminum, the same used in the aerospace industry, and the cover glass is the most durable ever implemented on any smart phone. The new iPhone 6s features a 4.7″ display and costs $649, while the iPhone 6s Plus features a 5.5″ display and will run you $749. [Purchase]
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