The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus smartphone will be made official at Apple’s press event this Wednesday, both handsets will share a similar design to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus but will get a number of hardware upgrades.
The new iPhone 6S handsets are said to come with new displays which will feature Apple’s Force Touch technology and now we have some more details about how the technology will work on the new iPhones.
According to a recent report, Apple’s new display will be called a 3D Touch Display and it will be able to tell the difference between a tap, a press and a deeper press. As well as the new Force Touch, the display on the handsets are said to get a bump in resolution, with the iPhone 6S said to come with a 2910 x 1080 display and the 6S Plus rumored to have a 2560 x 1440 resolution display.
Both of the new iPhones will get a updated Apple A9 processor, plus 2GB of RAM and Apple will also introduce a new fingerprint scanner which is said to be more accurate.
Apple’s new iPhones will also come with updated cameras, the rear camera is said to be a 4k capable 12 megapixel camera with a five element lens and the front camera is rumored to be a Full HD FaceTime camera.
We will have more details on the new iPhones when they are made official later this week, we are also expecting a new Apple TV and some new iPads at the event6.
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