Best high-end flagship smartphones released in India in 2015: iPhone 6s, Galaxy S6 Edge  and more
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Apple's products, particularly iPhone series have become predictable over the years with the company pushing out what it calls flagship devices with some feature upgrades sans any novelty whatsoever. The iPhone 6s also happened to be just another eye-wash with nothing much to showcase, so expectations on the upcoming iPhone 7 are sky high.

The upcoming iPhone 7, which is expected to be a game-changer for Apple, is likely to be launched in September next year. The Cupertino giant is yet to reveal anything about its next-generation device but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to guess the tentative release date as it has the tradition of launching its iPhones in September.

Not much is being heard of the iPhone 7 but leaks have claimed that its specifications will be much superior to its predecessor. The upcoming flagship device is still almost a year away but people, who are not happy with the current iPhone 6s, may wait patiently.

Here are the reasons why you should wait for the iPhone 7 instead of buying the iPhone 6s:

The iPhone 7 is expected to come with an overhaul both in terms of design and features. Reports suggest that Apple could dump its iconic Home button for its future iPhones, which means bigger display with the same screen size. It is also reported that Samsung's OLED screen that gives clearer and better colour than the LCD screens could be used in the upcoming phone.

According to a report by DigiTimes, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities said in a note to investors that Apple is planning to make its upcoming iPhone, possibly the iPhone 7, between 6.0 and 6.5 mm thick. It is not confirmed but if it is true, it will be as thin as the iPod touch and iPad Air 2. 

It is also reported that the iPhone 7 will be powered by A10 chip processor, house a camera with six-element lenses and come with features like sapphire screen, wireless charger, water proof and complete metal body.

On the other hand, the iPhone 6s sports a 4.7-inch LED-backlit IPS screen with Retina HD and 1334 x750 pixels (326ppi pixel density) and is priced at Rs 62,000 for its base model (16 GB), Rs 72,000 for 64 GB variant and Rs 82,000 for 128 GB model. Under the hood, it has A9 chip, iOS 9 (upgradable to iOS 9.0.2), 16/64/128GB internal memory, 2 GB RAM, 12 MP iSight with 4K video recording, 5 MP front camera and non-removable 1,810mAh battery.

Now, will you buy the iPhone 6s or wait for the iPhone 7? The choice is yours.