“Apple’s iPhone has been around for eight years now, and the iPhone 6s will be the 11th model that Apple has brought out,” The Gadget Show writes.
“It could well be the most important iPhone we’ve seen yet, and with disappointing sales of flagship rivals from Samsung and HTC, Apple needs to pull something impressive out of the hat if it wants a winner on its hands,” The Gadget Show writes. “With what’s likely to be an iterative design based on what we’ve seen with previous S-models, Apple could still surprise us with a truly refined version of its latest model.”
“Apple’s rivals may be getting more impressive when it comes to design and quality, but the Cupertino giant has plenty of tricks it can call on, and we’ve seen loads of impressive tech make an appearance on its other products. The iPhone 6s could one of the first big smartphones to take USB-C charging mainstream (yes, we know there are others with USB-C, but none sell quite like an iPhone!) after Apple featured the new USB tech on its latest MacBook, while the display is also reportedly getting an upgrade with Force Touch on the horizon too,” The Gadget Show writes. “That means new gestures and ways to interact with apps, and it’s already changing how we interact with our MacBooks, and even on your wrist with the Apple Watch.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Would Apple really forego the licensing revenues and thinness Lightning offers over switching to USB-C for iOS devices?
In what might be telling, the 6th gen. iPod touch released last month uses Lightning.