iPhone 6s to feature Touch ID improvements, new Rose Gold color, better cameras and Force Touch

iPhone 6s

The #Apple #iPhone6s and the #iPhone6sPlus are all set for an unveiling during next week’s San Francisco event, as we’re all aware at this point. And just as we countdown to the release of the new flagship iPhones, a new report is telling us exactly what’s new with these handsets compared to the predecessors.

Expectedly, most of these are things that we’ve heard in rumors before, so it doesn’t strike as a surprise to us. First and foremost, Apple is said to be bringing improvements to the camera of the new iPhones, which should improve image and video quality to a great extent. It was previously rumored that the iPhone 6s will be capable of recording videos in 4K resolution.

It is also said that Apple will have the Force Touch sensor on the device, which will also improve touchscreen usage to a great extent and could spark off a new trend in the mobile industry.

The Touch ID fingerprint sensor is also said to be getting some upgrades, but most of it should be internal. Finally, Apple will apparently introduce a new Rose Gold color variant to the iPhone lineup, which will probably join the existing gold color option. It is said that Apple will keep the storage options at 16/64 and 128GB, so there won’t be an upgrade in this area.

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Via: Apple Insider