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iPhone 6s details leaked with hardware images

iPhone 6s details leaked with hardware images

The next iPhone has appeared in a number of hardware images said to come from the manufacturing plant where they were made. These images show an iPhone 6s that looks extremely similar to its predecessor, showing only minor chances inside the machine's bust. This device has been rumored to be coming with a new Force Touch feature which ads a dimension of functionality to the machine's user interface with a longer push on its display. Similar processor and camera specifications are expected.

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iPhone 6s Force Touch models begin production soon

iPhone 6s Force Touch models begin production soon

Sources suggest that Apple's next iPhone begins production as soon as next month with Apple Watch "Force Touch" abilities. Not unlike what we saw when the MacBook and MacBook Pro originally got their Force Touch trackpads, this new iPhone will have two layers of pressing recognition. Because of this, the iPhone will have one extra way to select items. A firm touch, a hold, and a tap, as well as swipes and the like, all will work on the iPhone 6s. If all goes as Apple's gone for the past several years, the company will release an "s" version of its flagship phone - as well as an "s" version of its "Plus" device as well.

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Dark Sky for iOS update improves weather forecasting with iPhone 6’s barometers

Dark Sky for iOS update improves weather forecasting with iPhone 6’s barometers

Dark Sky for iOS is one of the more popular weather apps for the iPhone, and that's before it just got an impressive update that will surely make it even more useful. Now at version 5, the app looks to go beyond just providing users with a prediction of the weather, to actually gathering and sharing data that will improve the accuracy of forecasts. By taking advantage of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus' barometer, Dark Sky can collect pressure readings and use the data in short-term forecasts.

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iPhone 6S predicted to feature stronger aluminum, increased thickness for Force Touch

iPhone 6S predicted to feature stronger aluminum, increased thickness for Force Touch

WWDC is now behind us, and September continues to draw closer, meaning new rumors and speculation about what Apple has in store for this year's iPhone, the "6S." Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, the well-connected analyst who sports a decent track record when it comes to previews of Apple tech, has come out with a new report that offers a few details about the iPhone 6S and adjustments to its physical design. Namely, a stronger frame due to Apple's Series 7000 aluminum, and a slightly thicker due to accommodating a Force Touch display.

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Samsung battles Galaxy S6 Edge vs iPhone 6

Samsung battles Galaxy S6 Edge vs iPhone 6

Samsung makes the Galaxy S6 Edge look more futuristic than the iPhone 6 in a simple video presentation. The following spot has a bit of information about the iPhone 6 and a bit of information about the Galaxy S6. What it serves to do is not just compare specifications, but to compare the feel - and the intent - of the devices. Since it's made by Samsung, it should be clear that it's skewed in that direction, but still - it's interesting without a doubt. Experience this edge and decide for yourself.

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Shot on iPhone 6 campaign now includes moving pictures

Shot on iPhone 6 campaign now includes moving pictures

Last March, Apple harnessed the power of the masses to spread the word about the iPhone 6's photography prowess, resulting in a gallery of more than 50 images plastered in billboards across 70 cities, spanning 24 countries. And now, to prove that its latest smartphones aren't just for stills, Apple is expanding the Shot on iPhone 6 to the realm of video. The new World Gallery now features short videos from seven videographers that will be showcased in cinemas and TVs in 23 countries across the world.

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Force Touch tipped for iOS 9 and iPhone 6S

Force Touch tipped for iOS 9 and iPhone 6S

Apple's iPhone 6s is tipped to be coming with Force Touch capabilities delivered with the platform's newest operating system, iOS 9. This software/hardware combo was first revealed with the Apple Watch, a device that uses "tiny electrodes around [its] flexible Retina display" to give your finger two options - light tap or deep press. This software/hardware enhancement with Force Touch will give the next iPhone a collection of new abilities, similar to those of a long press included on the current-generation version of the iPhone today in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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iPhone 6c leaked at Apple Store

iPhone 6c leaked at Apple Store

A possible mess-up in an early uploading of images to Apple's store website reveals a new iPhone. This newest iPhone would - more than likely - be called the iPhone 6c, adding a Touch ID sensor to the already colorful iPhone 5c. This previous model replaced the iPhone 4s as the lowest-end iPhone of the bunch, coming with a plastic backing in several bright colors instead of a metal back. The release of the iPhone 5c also effectively ended the reign of the 3.5-inch display on all iPhones.

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Olloclip debuts new ultra-wide/telephoto ‘Active Lens’ for iPhone 6

Olloclip debuts new ultra-wide/telephoto ‘Active Lens’ for iPhone 6

Olloclip is at it again, transforming ordinary smartphone cameras into professional-grade devices with its clip-on lenses. We went hands-on with the Olloclip 4-in-1 lens last fall, shooting photos and videos through the accessory. Olloclip's latest offering is the Olloclip Active Lens which includes just two lenses. A telephoto and an ultra-wide lens fit over both rear and front facing cameras at the same time; it's designed specifically for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Another draw for this model is portability, as it comes with a new system of pendants to keep Active lens safe when out of use.

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iPhone 6S rumored to feature 12MP camera with smaller pixels

iPhone 6S rumored to feature 12MP camera with smaller pixels

Every other year, when Apple releases its "S" model iPhones, one of the key features they highlight is an improved camera. It's an important detail that is used to promote the smartphone as a new model, despite having the same overall appearance as previous year's. This is expected to be no different this year, when Apple releases what will most likely be called the iPhone 6S. One analyst is already reporting that the next iPhone will have a 12 megapixel camera.

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