iPhone 6s Review

iPhone 6s Review

For those of you who didn’t know, the iPhone 6s has been released.  The biggest question is what could possibly be the difference between the iPhone 6.  In terms of performance, the Processor (that which has to do with how fast your phone runs and reacts) is now running an A9 chip with 64-bit architecture included with an embedded M9 motion coprocessor.  Using the phone is much faster and responds to touch in an instant with no delay.  Realistically, it’s twice as fast as the iPhone 6.  The other major hardware upgrade is the camera which now comes with a 12-megapixel iSight camera which is an extra 4 megapixels from the iPhone 6 which has an 8 megapixel camera.  The only other noticeable feature on the iPhone 6s is that it now comes in Rose Gold alongside the original colors of Gold, Space Grey, and Silver.  The iPhone 6s is also supposed to have a few extra hours of battery time which we all know is much needed.

In terms of software enhancements and features, is comes installed with iOS 9 which is Apple’s latest release of iOS.  The screen has been upgraded to recognize pressure such that when your press down on an App with a more firm press, a pop up screen will show up giving you options directly from the home screen without even opening the App.  It gives you several options for each app such as sending an email without even opening the Mail app.  This is known as the 3D effect of the phone.  It allows you to access and utilize Apps without opening them with the use of the pop up windows that appear by pressing firmly on each App.  Overall, the iPhone 6s is a definite increase in capabilities that proves worthy of upgrading.  Apple continues to streamline the simplicity feature that they have been known for since releasing the iPhone.

Click here for the iPhone 6s Tech Specs.

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  1. Hosting
    Hosting says:

    In terms of design, if you’ve seen the iPhone 6 then you’ve seen the 6S. The volume buttons, the power key, the silencer switch and the speaker are all in the same place as its predecessor, with the grille at the bottom very easy to cover when you’re watching videos or playing games in landscape.

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