Apple is already rumored to be putting a Force Touch-enabled display on its next iPhone and today we have new rumors claiming the same.
In particular, the supplier of force-touch panels for the Apple Watch - China-based TPK - is expected to rank in significant profits by the end of the year with the cited reason being Apple's decision to employ such a force-registering display in its next iPhone crop.
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Unlike the Apple Watch, which employs a Force Touch display that costs $4-$5 a unit, the Force Touch display in next iPhone will command a much larger price tag - roughly $13-$14.
According to the rumor in question, however, it seems that this technology will only appear on the larger iPhone, the rumored successor to the iPhone 6 Plus.
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The smaller device is not expected to score Force Touch. As usual, such rumors are to be taken with a grain of salt, but if we take the uniformity of Apple's ecosystem, it is somewhat logical that the next iPhone will indeed feature such a display.