iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus - Specifications | Price | Release Date !!!


"The only thing that's changed is everything," said Apple's CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday night, talking up the launch of the iPhone 6S – but the world's tech press are presenting the new iPhone as a more modest success.



The prices will be as follows: (International)
iPhone 6S


£539 for 16GB model

£619 for 64GB model
£699 for 128GB model


iPhone 6S Plus


£619 for 16GB model

£699 for 64GB model
£789 for 128GB model 

    FEATURES:

    • 3D Touch, a pressure-sensitive touchscreen that can distinguish between a light touch and a heavier tap (a "peek" and a "pop", in Apple's terminology), and react in different ways to each. The Verge described it as "right-click for iPhone".
    • A 12-megapixel camera and 4K high-definition video, bringing the resolution of Apple's much-praised camera into line with many of its rivals.
    • A five-megapixel front-facing camera for sharper selfies.
    • A more powerful processor, leading to faster, smoother operation and more efficient power management which should lead to a longer battery life.
    Reviews are filtering in from tech reporters who attended the launch event in California, and they suggest that the iPhone 6S is a powerful and accomplished device, even if some will be disappointed that it is not more radical.
    "During a release cycle many would have dismissed as fallow, Apple have actually managed to come up trumps," says the Daily Telegraph, "using more resistant, resilient materials, introducing another colour option to widen the model's appeal, sticking to the so-far-so-successful phablet sizing convention, finally giving the camera a much-needed boost and rolling out some genuinely useful features."
    According to The Guardian however, the iPhone 6S is not big news. Apple's traditional release schedule follows a "tick, tock model", the paper says: a big redesign every two years – the "tick" in the cycle – followed by subtle improvements the following year – the cycle's "tock".  
    "The iPhone 6 was the tick, which means the iPhone 6S is the tock," the paper says. "Whether a few improved specifications and a few new features, some of which will come to 2014’s iPhone 6 through software updates, will be enough to continue to woo customers remains to be seen."
    In its assessment of how the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus stack up against the competition, Gizmodo says that new camera with the addition of 4K video is "merely playing catch-up" – some of Apple's competitors introduced it in previous phones. The real question, Gizmodo says, is how the new phones stack up against the new breed of cheaper phones that retail for under $400 (£260).

    SPECIFICATIONS:


    iPhone 6s

    Display

    4.70-inch

    Processor

     A9

    Front Camera

     5-megapixel

    Resolution

     750x1334 pixels

    RAM

    OS

     iOS 9

    Storage

    16GB

    Rear Camera

    12-megapixel

    Battery capacity















    iPhone 6s Plus


    Display

    5.50-inch

    Processor

     A9

    Front Camera

     5-megapixel

    Resolution

     1080x1920 pixels

    RAM

    OS

     iOS 9

    Storage

    16GB

    Rear Camera

    12-megapixel

    Battery capacity

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