Force Touch Now Planned for Both ‘iPhone 6s’ Show Sizes

iphone_6_6_plus_compA new report out of Apple’s supply chain in Taiwan today asserts that the next generation of iPhones – tentatively designated as the “iPhone 6s” and “iPhone 6s Plus” – will both get a version of Force Touch this year, according to Economic Daily News (by means of GforGames).

The supply chain source claimed to validate that previous rumors regarding Force Touch’s exclusivity on the iPhone 6s Plus were in reality true, for a time, prior to Apple ditched the plan and chose to move forward with setting up the haptic feedback innovation on both 6s models this year. Taiwanese manufacturing and R&D company TPK is still supposedly taking on the job of offering Force Touch sensing units for the new iPhones.

Force Touch has been rumored as a standout feature on the brand-new iPhone designs a couple of times throughout the very first half of 2015, introducing the very first public interaction with the technology initially when the new 12-inch Retina MacBook launched and afterwards when the Apple Watch began shipping late in April.

Simply today, a new report recommended that iOS 9 was created “to be Force Touch-ready,” with Apple constructing the tools to produce designer interest in utilizing the technology within their apps. Given that the haptic feedback interaction allows a brand-new type of interaction with Apple’s devices, the overview of Force Touch into the iPhone ecosystem might produce a huge overhaul of iOS if it in reality ends up being the anticipated middle-of-the-road “s” upgrade this year.

Rumors about the new iPhones have begun stacking up as the year moves on, with the majority of agreeing the device will have an updated 12-megapixel video camera, A9 processor with 2GB of RAM, a possible brand-new color choice in Rose Gold, however with a comparable type element to the current iPhone 6. KGI Securities expert Ming-Chi Kuo also anticipates that Apple will defy custom and unveil the new iPhone in August with an organized September launch date.

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