You might have heard by now that Apple has officially unveiled its latest iPhone models -- the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus -- alongside other new products and updates. There is much to get excited about -- the new iPhones feature the new version of the iOS mobile operating system, a new aluminum finish, and other upgrades that should bring some improvements. Others may see the iPhone 6s devices as nothing more than the usual “S” iPhones of past years -- just another new offering that features minor enhancements compared to their predecessors.
Apple will be introducing the newest iPhone models on September 9th Wednesday at an event to be held at the city of San Francisco, California. Invitations for the event have already been sent out, bearing a statement that teases: “Hey Sirim, give us a hint.” Since September has traditionally been considered the month for new iPhones, everyone can safely assume that Apple will be unveiling the latest iterations of its best selling mobile device tomorrow.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Apple is asking its suppliers to manufacture up 90 million units of its two upcoming newest iPhone models, the successors to the current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices. In the previous year, the tech giant had only asked its suppliers to initially produce between 70 million to 80 million units of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities, has always had an impressive record forecasting developments regarding Apple products. This time around, as reported by AppleInsider, the analyst has released a new research note that lays out the probable upgrades that the next iPhone model (most likely called iPhone 6s -- that is, if Apple remains consistent with past naming conventions) will potentially feature.
Apple's flagship device, the iPhone, is going to undergo significant changes before 2015 ends, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities. And the biggest enhancement will be Force Touch, a new type of trackpad technology that Apple unveiled for its new 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, as well as for its soon-to-be-released 12 inch MacBook.
What makes Force Touch so unique and groundbreaking is that it is sensitive to whatever pressure the user applies to the trackpad. In other words, it responds to how soft or how hard you press on the trackpad surface.
May the Force Touch be with your next iPhone. Well, at least according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
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