Why That iPhone 6s Would Be Slightly Thicker Than Current Model; Reports

If you believe the next iPhone release time frame is set for September 2015, then you can here something new about the iPhone 6s. Now that WWDC keynote lights up on some collective excitements of iOS 9, OS X 10.11 and watchOS 2.0, alongside kicking off the highly-anticipated Apple’s streaming music service, called Apple Music this month. Rumor mills already knows what to speculate or said to be accurate ones, but nevertheless, can become true or fade out is in question.

Reports have already emerged, suggesting that Apple may be about to slightly redesign the existing iPhone lineup for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus handsets which are likely to make an appearance in a matter of months. Yesterday we have tipped about the new, stronger aluminum 7000 series that is originally from the Apple Watch Sport project is said to be likely, with new handsets believed to be slightly larger than this year’s iPhone. With 0.15mm longer and 0.2mm thicker. Here’s why Apple intends to increase size of the iPhone6s is believed to be the requirement to accommodate new technology within the iPhones themselves. Top on the list? Force Touch.

Apple believed to bring Force Touch to the iPhone this year, a newer, larger chassisd makes a lot of sense, which can evidently allow for extra room for batteries as has been suggested then users will apparently overlook the increase in the dimensions that are required in order to allow new additions when they are all-ready.

Force Touch made its first debut on the Apple Watch, later added thetech to the trackpad of Apple’s entire Retina MacBook line, and now expected it to be present in the next iPhones segment, allowing users to press down firmly on the screen in order to gain access to different actions whatever it has been triggered to. New screen does not actually move during Force Touch, a larger and thicker iPhone would be required in order to give Apple space to fit the new integration and sensors required to pull the tech off.

With this really in effort, then the move from Apple makes it actually thicken the next iPhone up, will have to come with a significant benefit somewhere along the lineup, especially to receive Jony Ive’s blessing.

If the slightly thicker profile comes besides the current iPhones in the market, it’s is believed that the dendgate fiasco won’t make an appearance this time around. The newly published report also suggests that the camera module on the new iPhones will be upgraded from currently available modules, and the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus phones won’t have a protuting camera modules as well.

Apple plans to announce new iPhones in September with a launch a couple of weeks later, and 2015 is not believed to be any different. Do you?

(Source: Macotakara [Google Translate])

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