Now that WWDC 2015 is beginning to fade into memory and all of the collective excitement of iOS 9, OS X 10.11 and watchOS 2.0 is beginning to decrease, interest is as soon as again starting to go back to the next iPhones which are believed to be set for a September release.

Reports have already suggested that Apple may will slightly revamp 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. New, stronger aluminum 7000 that is originally from the Apple Watch task is stated to be most likely, with brand-new handsets thought to be a little larger than this year’s iPhones – – 0.15 mm longer and 0.2 mm thicker. The reason for such an increase in size is believed to be the requirement to accommodate brand-new innovation within the iPhones themselves. Top of the list? Force Touch.


With Apple believed to bring Force Touch to the iPhone this year, a newer, larger chassis makes a lot of sense. And if it can likewise permit for extra room for batteries as has been suggested then users will likely neglect the increase in the dimensions that are required in order to enable brand-new additions when they prepare.

Force Touch made its launching on the Apple Watch. Apple later puttinged the tech to the trackpad of its entire Retina MacBook line. It is now expected to be present in the next iPhone, allowing users to weigh down firmly on the screen in order to cause a different action whatever that might be. While the screen does not actually move during Force Touch, a bigger and thicker iPhone would be required in order to provide Apple room to fit the brand-new function and sensing units needed to pull the tech off. Apple has invested the last few years making everything from phones to tablets and on to computers as thin as is humanly possible. The transfer to really thicken the next iPhone up will have to come with a substantial advantage someplace along the line, especially to get Jony Ive’s true blessing.


With the a little thicker profile than the present iPhones in the market, it’s thought that the bendgate mess will not make a look this time around.

It’s likewise expected that the brand-new iPhones won’t have an extending cam module, something which hasn’t gone down well with some users, however for some, it wasn’t a bothering feature at all. The freshly published report likewise suggests that the electronic camera module on the brand-new iPhones will be upgraded from presently readily available modules.

Apple has the tendency to announce brand-new iPhones in September with a launch a couple of weeks later, and 2015 is not believed to be any different.

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