Apple iPhone 6S with Force Touch capabilities goes under production: Report

By Harshita

Apple's next generation iPhone versions, rumoured to be called iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, will indeed feature Force Touch technology. The Cupertino giant has started early production of the new iPhone models that will integrate Force Touch technology, Bloomberg has reported.

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Apple IPhone 6s coming with Force Touch feature, report confirms

The company first introduced pressure sensitive Force Touch technology with the Apple Watch to offer an alternative mode of input method. The company later deployed the tech on the trackpad of the newest MacBook model. The Force Touch essentially detects the pressure applied by a user while pressing down on the screen, which gives an alternative, additional input method.

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Earlier reports suggested that the company would restrict Force Touch feature to the iPhone 6s Plus version, which is believed to be an upgraded version of the current iPhone 6 Plus. But the new report claims that the pressure-sensitive display will instead become standard on all future iPhone models.

Apple IPhone 6s coming with Force Touch feature, report confirms

Apple is believed to retain current iPhone 6 series design elements including the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch form factors in the next-gen iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, which would smooth the production process of these phones, despite the incorporation of the new technology.

Apple IPhone 6s coming with Force Touch feature, report confirms

It is likely that the mass production could begin as soon as August.

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