Last week we heard that Apple’s new iPhone 6S would come with faster LTE than the current iPhone 6 models and would offer download speed of up to 300 Mbps.
The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will use a new 4G LTE modem from Qualcomm that will support Cat 6 LTE and now one of Apple’s partners has confirmed that Apple devices will support Cat 6 LTE in the future.
China Mobile recently listed a range of partners that would support their new Cat 6 LTE and on the lists of companies is Apple, who will offer support this year for the faster LTE, this pretty much confirms that Apple’s new iPhones will support download speeds of up to 300 Mbps.
Apple’s new iPhones are expected to share a very similar design to the current models, although we did hear yesterday that the new iPhone 6S would be slightly thicker than the iPhone 6.
The handsets will come with a new Apple A9 processor and are also expected to feature more RAM, both devices are said to get improved resolutions, with the 4.7 inch 6S said to come with a Full HD display and the 6S Plus said to feature a Quad HD display.
Apple will also bring Force Touch to its new handsets and both devices will get an update fingerprint scanner which is designed for improved accuracy. We are expecting the new iPhones to go on sale some time in September and both devices will launch with iOS 9.
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