September 09, 2015

As Expected Apple Unveils iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus

The Apple iPhone 6S will be available in silver, gold, rose gold and space grey. The Apple 6S Plus returns with a 5.5-inch display. Both boast a new glass that's "incredibly durable," says Schiller. Apple confirms 3D Touch, a new way to interact with the phone. It's pressure sensitive, so it will read your inputs based on how hard or soft you press on the screen.

* they will have the A9 chip. It's 70% faster at computer processing tasks and 90% faster for graphics processing

* On Maps, users can peek in to quickly get directions or perform other tasks.

* Navigating across apps is simpler, too, says Federighi. Applying a little force on Touch pulls up other apps quickly, similar to the double tap on the Home button.

* Sensors on the screen react to how hard the user presses. For example, in Messages, a subtle press brings up a preview of the message, while a deeper push down pulls up the full message. There are also shortcuts users can pull up for every day tasks.

* 3D Touch Demo. Starting with Mail, Federighi uses a mini-tap to take a quick look at a message. Flicking up quickly moves to actions such as Reply or Forward, or swipe left or right for additional actions. If there's a time involved, users tap to quickly view the Calendar. For flight times, a subtle tap quickly pulls up the itinerary.

* The phones will continue to run the M9 coprocessor. It also boasts a second-generation Touch ID fingerprint sensor, to run twice as fast. The camera receives an overhaul to 12 megapixels. Schiller says that's 50% more pixels than before.

Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus during a Special Event at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium September 9, 2015 in San Francisco, California. Stephen Lam, Getty Images

SOURCES -USA Today, Apple

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