Apple iPhone 6S Rose Gold Spotted: Is This What The Next iPhone Will Look Like?

By Vijaykumar
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Apple's next-generation iPhone is likely to be named as the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus and is expected coming in the fall of 2015. Apple uses the "S" naming formula to mark years where the iPhone does not get major redesign.

Well, the new things about the upcoming iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus is the color option. Apple has decided to make the next iPhone available in color options. Couple of images of rumored iPhone 6S with Rose Gold color has been spotted on Chinese social media site.

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Besides offering the iPhone in new color option, rumor mill suggest that Apple will bring in some new features for its next-gen iPhone like Force Touch and will be powered by Apple A9 chipset. Take a look at the slider below to know more about the Rose Gold iPhone 6S specifications.

Force Touch

Force Touch

It is highly rumored Apple will include much talked Force Touch feature to the next iPhone.

Thicker

Thicker

The inclusion of Force Touch will make the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus a bit thicker than the current models.

Processor

Processor

The upcoming iPhone 6S is rumored to be powered by Apple A9 chipset under the hood.

Camera
 

Camera

The next-generation iPhone is expected to get a 12MP primary camera.

New Color

New Color

The Apple iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus will be announced with additional color option including the Rose Gold.

Apple Watch

Apple Watch

The rumor mill also suggest that the company will announce the Rose Gold edition of Apple Watch.

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