Another week has past, bringing us closer to the eventual iPhone 6s official unveiling, which, according to recent reports, should take place in the third week of September. And with a new week upon us, a fresh report emerges from China, confirming some of the features we should (or shouldn’t) expect from Apple’s newest flagship.
The latest bits of data come from China Telecom’s social media department manager, who earlier today published a new blog post on China’s Weibo, detailing some of iPhone 6s’ alleged characteristics. The information is not entirely new, but the source has a good track record and his last year’s predictions regarding the iPhone 6 were pretty much spot on.
Stick around and find out the details below.
iPhone 6s: China Telecom Rep Confirms Some Features
Today, a China Telecom representative made a few interesting points regarding the iPhone 6s. The official “confirmed” that the flagship in question will be released sometime between the 18th and 25th of September (at least in China).
Furthermore, he added that the iPhone 6s will not look very different from the iPhone 6 (but that’s almost a given considering that we’re expecting an “s” model). He went on saying that, despite all the recent rumors hinting at a pink variant, he did not hear anything regarding this iPhone 6s flavor.
Last but not least, the source says that the iPhone 6s will rock 2 GB of RAM, the new A9 processor, an improved camera, and that it will support Force Touch. We should remind you that, initially, Force Touch was believed to an iPhone 6s Plus exclusive. However, since then, several other reports “confirmed” that the technology will be implemented in both high-end models (no word on the iPhone 6c yet).
This wraps it up for now, but we’ll keep you posted as we find out more. Until then, let us know if the iPhone 6s shapes up to meet your expectations.