A new report has surfaced online, which says that Apple's 2015 series smartphone will boast an advanced version of Force Touch display technology, than previously thought.
For the past few months, it was widely reported that iPhone 6S (& 6S Plus) would feature Force Touch technology similar to the one we find in the Apple Watch and the recently launched MacBook trackpad.
Force-Touch is a technology that senses the difference between a tap and a press, providing a new way to quickly and easily access controls within apps, but now it has now come to light that the new iPhone 6S series will boast a more advanced Force Touch technology dubbed as 3D Touch Display. This technology has the ability to understand three touch patterns – a tap, press and a long press, reported 9to5 Mac citing sources.
It is learnt that Apple will introduce new rose-gold colour options in the 4.7-inch iPhone 6S and its phablet variant 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus would come in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB storage models.
Other expected features include 7000 series aluminium casing, Apple's proprietary A9 SoC (System on Chip), 2GB RAM, 12mp camera on the rear-side with 4K video recording and a 5mp snapper on the front.
Apple is confirmed to host the annual device launch event on 9 September. The company has chosen 'Bill Graham Civic Auditorium' in San Francisco, which has seating capacity of more 7000, hinting that the Cupertino based firm has some very big announcement coming up.