iPhone 6S will get 2GB RAM and Force Touch Technology [Rumor]

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    Robin C

    The next generation iPhone 6S rumors started to arrive and here we have the first set of rumors about the upcoming iPhone 6S. When it comes to hardware specification, apple always optimize their iOS Software more friendly and run better in low spec. The rumors claim that the next iPhone 6S will get 2GB LPDDR4 RAM Memory upgrade to turbo boosts the performance overall. We know that the latest iPad Air 2 has got 2GB of RAM and the same will be deployed in the upcoming iPhone 6S this year. Hynix, Samsung and Micron-Elipda are believed to be the suppliers.


    Just like iPhone 5S, there will be no design change externally to iPhone 6S, and will get hardware upgrades such as RAM, Processor and Camera to fight with other flagship models in the market. Well technically, the others models gets upgraded in their hardware spec by deeply following what iPhone gets, so it will be like preparing for the next one year and leading the way in smartphone market.

    Processor: iPhone 6S may get A9 Processor

    RAM: 2 GB LPDDR4

    Camera: DSLR Quality Dual-Lens Camera

    Force Touch Technology: Apple may implement “Force Touch Technology” in its upcoming iPhone 6S. Apple Watch demonstrated with FTT where it differentiates the quick tap and forceful press on screen. Based on that different operations can be triggered by the App. There is no confirmed reports yet, about how apple will implement this technology as it may require change in display technology from what apple is currently using.

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