Apple is currently on cloud nine with the huge success of its flagship smartphone iPhone 6 and all new Macbook. But looks like Apple saga is not over yet. Reports have surfaced that Apple might be launching three new smartphones later this year. The names of the smartphones have also been revealed and they are Apple iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 6C to be specific. Looks like Apple got a busy year ahead and as far as these smartphones are concerned they will be in launched later half of the year.
If reports are to be believed then Apple is going to bring back the 4 inch display back and iPhone 6C will the smartphone featuring the smaller display. These days it has become a fashion for manufacturers to launch their smartphones with bigger and bigger displays but it seems like Apple is going to break the ice again. All the aforementioned smartphones will be coming with Corning Gorilla Glass protection to protect the displays which is a nice thing altogether. To be specific iPhone 6C and iPhone 6S Plus will be equipping the LTPS technology and purported to be manufactured by Japan Display Inc. or Sharp.
All the three smartphones will be bringing on board the Fingerprint scanners and NFC support. As far as the processors packed underneath the new devices are concerned then details have emerged about them too. iPhone 6C will be featuring a Apple’s designed A8 chips whereas the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be featuring the newer A9 Silicon based chipsets. Though there is no word about the display sizes of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus but it would be an interesting to know what they will be bringing to the table this time. Time will tell what Apple has in mind for the customers this time but the for the time being the rumor mills will be running real hot and some leaked images along with some specifications are expected in near future.
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