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.
It’s been suggested that the next iPhone will come with luxury options like real yellow gold and even the extra-fancy Rose Gold. Imagine a 10-thousand-dollar iPhone. It’s very possible.
We’ve been hearing word about Force Touch for several months.
As you’ll see above, the Apple Watch already works with Force Touch, and it’s a very good bet that the iPhone isn’t far behind. After that, Force Touch-friendly iPad Air and iPad Mini and iPad Pro.
You can go ahead and expect that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be shown for the first time in or around September of 2015. In 2014, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were first shown on September 9th, while all the way back in 2013 the iPhone 5s was first shown on September 10th.
See you in a few months. Until then, head to our Apple Hub for more speculation and leaks.