A lot is said and written about Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 almost everyday. In fact, there isn't a single day when there's isn't a rumor related to the same. And this weeks report arrives with Apple said to adopt a certain haptic technology.
As revealed via the Chinese media recently, Apple might soon bring out its next generation iPhone 6 with a new haptic feedback technology. Apparently, the haptic tech is supposedly said to be superior than the current generation of touch displays.
According to sources close to the device, the new tactile feedback linear motor related to it "is more intelligent and capable of producing different types of subtle vibrations in correlation with the application's scenario."
As a matter of fact, the haptic tech can even emit different vibrations "depending on the area of the touch screen that is being pressed."
"The source also mentions that while iPhone 5S' haptic motor cost is around $0.6, the new motor unit will be 2 or 3 times more expensive." So if indeed true, we are looking at a more advanced haptic motor.
The upcoming iPhone 6 from Apple is currently tipped for a September 25 launch. As of now, it has been said that Apple will bring out two different variants of the device.
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