Apple iPhone 6S And 6S Plus: Top 10 Best Features

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    Apple finally unwrapped the all new iPhone range at the event in San Fransisco amidst a huge gathering recently. The all new powerful iPhone 6S and 6s Plus come with Force Touch display, Live Photos and will be available from September 25 in the US and by year-end around the world.

    SEE ALSO: Apple iPhone 6S vs iPhone 6S Plus vs iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus: Specs Shootout

    But is the Force Touch and Live Photos the only surprise package from Apple this time, or did the Cupertino giant cross our expectations? Here's a post highlighting the top new features integrated in the new iPhone 6s and 6S Plus!

    Bye Bye Bendgate!

    Apple iPhone 6s and 6S Plus flaunt the all new aluminum body, which the company describes in such a way that it felt like Apple is trying to sell just the aluminium and not a smartphone! They called it all new, higher quality stronger, stronger than before, and a few geeky stuffs which can only possibly happen if a metallurgy engineer wrote the keynote for the event.

    Nevertheless it seems like Apple is confident of avoiding the Bendgate this time.

     

    Retina Display has gone bigger!

    The iPhone 6s comes with the 4.7 inch Retina (1334x750) display. The iPhone 6s Plus on the other hand, comes with a Full HD (1920 x 1080) display.

    It's All 3D Now

    Despite bundling the same display from the older iPhones, it would be wrong to say that Apple didn't pay attention to the display. Rather they did some extraordinary stuffs and Force Touch is of those.

    But you may argue that Force Touch display of iPhone 6s may not be one of its kind especially after the launch of the Huawei Mate S. However unlike the Mate S, the iPhone 6s force touch does a no of nifty features. It's no longer limited to just force touch to zoom.

     

    The New 12MP iSight Camera

    After a lot of speculations that Apple would improve their camera this, the Cupertino giant surely did! In fact Apple is so proud of its 12MP camera donning the iPhone siblings that it's call them iSight camera.

     

    Live Photos

    Apple engineers have paid a lot of heed to the software side of the device too. And thanks to them, your photos can turn to life.

    Take for example you shoot a pic of your baby girl sleeping on the cot. Just tap the face of the girl to turn the girl alive.

     

    5MP Front Facing Camera

    Apple engineers had pulled out a stunning idea where the screen brightness goes up by 3 times thereby making the display on the front function as a flash.

    Improved Touch ID

    Apple Touch ID was already one of the fastest out there. But in case, it didn't impress you then Apple has a far more improved ID which can now unlock your device 2X faster.

    70 percent faster CPU

    The A9 chip is Apple's third-generation 64-bit chip powering iPhone 6S and 6S Plus with 70 percent faster CPU and 90 percent faster GPU performance than the A8.

    Also, the M9, Apple's next-generation motion coprocessor, is embedded into A9, allowing more features to run all the time at lower power, including Siri, without iPhone needing to be plugged in.

    Enhanced Connectivity

    With advanced wireless technologies including faster Wi-Fi and LTE Advanced, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users can browse, download and stream content even faster. The new iPhones also support up to 23 LTE bands, which the company claims is the most in any smartphone - for better worldwide roaming.

    Latest Operating system

    Well, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will come running the latest mobile operating system by Apple, bringing in features including improved Siri, newer built-in apps, re-designed Notes app, detailed transit information in Maps, and an all-new News app.

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