Everything You Need to Know About the New iPhone 6s
Yesterday, Apple just launched their iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. And they’re saying that…
“The only thing that’s changed is everything.”
So, let’s have a quick rundown on the new features of the latest iPhone, shall we?
Apple says that its phone may look the same as last year’s iPhone 6, but has achieved more inner strength. This time it uses a different grade of alloy for its chassis, one that’s also used in the aerospace industry. Sounds very science-y and posh, right? They’ve made it like that to veer off any future “bend test” videos that went viral last year.
iPhone senses how much pressure you apply to the display. In addition to familiar Multi‑Touch gestures like Tap, Swipe, and Pinch, 3D Touch introduces Peek and Pop. It will let you preview messages, websites, emails and all kinds of content without having to actually open it.
Up your selfie game with 5MP front camera and 12MP back camera! They’ve added a state-of-the-art sensor, a new image signal processor, advanced pixel technology, Focus Pixels, improved local tone mapping, and optical image stabilization.
When you snap a selﬁe, a preflash detects the lighting around you. Then a True Tone flash on the display matches the ambient light for a gorgeous shot with more true-to-life colors and more natural-looking skin tones. So better say goodbye to bad lighting and angle! Hurray!
A still photo captures an instant frozen in time. With Live Photos, you can turn those instants into unforgettable living memories. At the heart of a Live Photo is a beautiful 12‑megapixel photo. But together with that photo are the moments just before and after it was taken, captured with movement and sound. Just like a gif you see on Tumblr and Twitter! You can also have an animated wallpaper now!
Moreover, you can now record sharp videos, so sharp you might need a thimble. Record memories with a resolution that’s 4x higher than HD videos.
iPhone 6s has an A9 chip which boosts the performance and efficiency of the smartphone with a desktop-class 64-bit architecture, 70% faster CPU and 90% faster GPU. It is the most advanced chip in a smartphone.
…and it comes it is now available in Gold and Rose Gold (which is basically pink)
So what do you think with the new iPhone?