We have heard various rumors about the new iPhone 6, and now according to a recent report, Apple will introduce a new haptic feedback technology with the iPhone 6.
The news comes from the Chinese media, who have said that Apple will use this new haptic feedback technology in the new iPhone.
This new technology on the iPhone 6 will apparently produce different types of subtle vibrations depending on the area of the display that is being used.
The technology is expected to come in both versions of the new iPhone, which will include the 5.5 inch iPhone 6 and the 4.7 inch model.
We recently had confirmation that both versions of the iPhone 6 will feature a sapphire glass display, we are still not clear on whether both handsets will have the same resolution.
From previous rumors the 4.7 inch model may feature a 1704 960 pixel resolution, where as the 5.5 inch model could come with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
What we do know is that the new iPhone will make use of Apple’s second generation 64-bit SoC, the Apple A8 which will also bring improved graphics to the device, and the new iPhone is said to get more RAM than the current model.
We are expecting Apple to launch their next generation iPhone in September, along with iOS 8 and the Apple iWatch, it looks like the handset could hit Apple stores on the 19th of September.
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