Noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI securities have earlier provided with some very accurate leaks for the Apple devices and now we have some recent information about the next iPhone iteration which is supposedly the iPhone 6s.
According to the KGI report, the Apple iPhone 6s and its larger variant the 6s Plus would be having a the recent Apple Watch technology of Force Touch on the screen. The technology is all about the specific functions to be performed depending on the touch and press intensity in the screen. A regular touch is considered as a different input than the long press. This new feature is said to be coming in the two upcoming iPhone models. However, KGI also says that Apple is likely tome with the 4inch version of the iPhone 6 for those fans who love small screens.
Additionally, the iPhone 6s will have a 4.7inch display and the iPhone 6s Plus would carry a 5.5inch display. Both the handsets would be powered with a 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM memory and the Apple A9 chipset. The camera to its back would be 12MP and the handset would have a rose-gold variant too as recently seen in the Apple Watch. The production for the two handsets is likely to start this August and a whopping 80-90 million handsets are expected to be sold in 2015 itself.
To prevent any kind of bending, the new models would be using a Series 7000 aluminum and the screen for the handset is said to be made from Sapphire glass. Moreover, the reports also says that to ensure the faster spread of its Apple Pay feature, the Touch ID of the handsets have also been improved.
Well, we expect to get things more clear in the coming days. Stay tuned!