The iPhone 6S Plus is the latest phablet of Apple, but is just slightly better than the iPhone 6 in terms of the new features added to it. The new iPhone 6s is one of the best smartphones the world has ever created. Apple has dramatically imparted the mobile phone industry and it keeps coming up with trendy inventions wowing the phone marketplace and its end-users. One of the amazing features of the iPhone 6s is its 3D Touch which allows the display to sense the pressure of the user’s finger when pressed and unlock new functionality when pressed down with various levels of pressure.
The 3D touch permits the keypad to function as a trackpad and allows for quicker text selections. It allows you to manipulate its cursor on the screen, effortlessly moving it wherever you want it.
The phones’ Wi-Fi Assist feature is also dynamic as it helps you to supplement any weak Wi-Fi Signal by using some of its own cellular data. This feature, along with the NBN work and all the fast web hosting providers sprouting up at the moment, all play a vital role in mitigating all the bandwidth problems we are facing in Australia at the moment (to which you can blame Netflix).
The new iPhone 6s also allows you to shoot live photos which are a blend between static photos, an animated GIF, and a full movie. This functions by capturing moments before and after you snap a shot. You simply press down on the image within the Camera Roll, and the 3D Touch will bring it to life. You can also set live wall papers as your phone’s background.
It provides quick actions from your phone’s home screen and allows a user to easily press down on the home screen icons to access a list of other functions. You control fully what app you choose to view and all this done simultaneously!
You can tap and drag to select multiple photos and also hide photos, which is a welcome addition to fans who have been complaining of the older methods for years.
As for specifications, Apple’s iPhone 6s rocks a dual-core 1.8GHz A9 processor (hopefully) with 2GB of RAM. Both models run iOS 9 and if you are familiar with the features that iOS 9 brings, then you have the flexibilities of these at your disposal.
Finally the iPhone 6s brings about a new 12-megapixel sensor, which is a boost from 8 mega-pixel in its previous versions and as for movies, the resolution is the best yet and is able to shoot up to 4K video at 30 frames per second. It is capable of shooting up to 120 frames per second at 1080p and 240 frames per second at 720p.
Do you own a 6s yet? Tell us what you think.