Now that a new report regarding Apple’s new iPhone 7 comes to scene, but that is not what the Mac maker giong to introduce us with in September, but according to the report surfaced from a German media, at least two major German carriers are preparing to release iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus on September 18th. As of iOS 9, the same reveals that Apple will launch the next major version of iOS on Wednesday, September 16th, two days ahead the new iPhone models hit the retail store shelves. When compared, iOS 8 released on Sept. 17th last year.
Although, the report from BuzzFeed indicated Apple is planning to hold its fall event for launching new iPhones on September 9th. Apple announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on the same date last year, began taking pre-orders on 12th of September followed by the release on Sept 18th. If these leaks are anything to be trusted, it apparently looks like Apple is going to follow a similar pattern for its 2015 flagships release.
New iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus both are expected to sport Force Touch display technology, faster A9 CPU, 2GB RAM, a 12MP rear camera with 4K video recording capabilities and a 5MP FaceTime camera for improving the Selfie game. This year’s iPhones are pretty much anticipated to be packed in a slightly thicker shell compared to last year models to accommodate Force Touch tech and also to prevent it from bendgate easily.
Update: Another report suggets that Apple’s 2015 iPhones will pack a new SIP (System-in-Package) architecture instead of the traditional PCB (Printed Circuit Board) design.
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