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iPhone 6s - All you Need to Know!

Updated on September 27, 2015
This is a sample image from Apple of the iPhone 6s in it's new colour rose gold. The latest edition the apple smartphone range
This is a sample image from Apple of the iPhone 6s in it's new colour rose gold. The latest edition the apple smartphone range | Source

Well it's that time of the year again where Apple releases that new iPhone and all the other latest products. This time around we got a New iPhone, iPad & The Wonderful Apple Pencil. Now there is a lot to go on about but sadly we are going to stick to the topic of the iPhone for this Hub. So this article is going to include a couple of things. I'm going to go over the main points of the iPhone what is new and pros and cons of this iPhone.

Some Background

Some Background before we get started. I'm a massive fan of apple products there in doubt about that but that's not why were talking about the iPhone. iPhone stands out before all the other phones to me with everything but mainly the looks. Don't get me wrong I love androids but iPhone that seems that catch my eye the most. iPhone's and Apple products have been around for about 10 years I remember watching the first iPhone Keynote. Apple has developed it skills and made amazing products that have captivated the world. Apple was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne on April 1, 1976, to develop and sell personal computers. (Links to Wikipedia)

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Specs

This is always a massive factor when it comes to buying your iPhone or any device in that matter of fact. The iPhone is honestly not that much of an upgrade from the iPhone 6 Plus and the 6. But there are some factor people don't realise that actually make the 6s stand out the most. These are my Specs and things that stand out to me and why I would buy the iPhone!

1. 3D Touch - This is the most anticipated feature on the 6s is - 3D Touch. Now 3D touch is the main factor of the iPhone and the thing that stands out the most when buying this. No it's not 3D were not in the future just yet sadly. But I can tell you that we are getting closer don't you worry.

3D Touch is simply what the iPhone uses to measure the pressure of your touch. Now this is where things get interesting and a bit technical. iPhone uses a technology that measures the pressure you use to touch. For Example, you want to press into an app seems simple but now the iPhone measures how hard your press? If it reads that you press harder than normal a little menu will pop up, giving you some options for the specific app. We will use twitter as an example. So I was browsing on my iPhone I wanted to post a tweet on that latest article I wrote. If I wanted to be directed straight to post a tweet menu in the app I would click on the on "Post Tweet" When I click on the app. This is a tiny explanation but there will be a video linked down below to an proper explanation of 3D Touch

2. Hardware Improvements - Every now iPhone has some kinda hardware improvements it's a known fact when you buy an iPhone that something is better than that last iPhone.

- New Processor Chip - This is like a CPU or is a CPU in an iPhone which runs the software on your iPhone. It's an A9 Chip which is no much of a deal except it uses more battery. But if you're into gaming on your iPhone this is something you would take into consideration. It just makes the iPhone run smoother in my opinion but there is more that I can spend forever typing about now!

- Camera Upgrade Back & Front - YES your selfie camera has been upgraded to 5MP and the back camera to 12MP. This is something that I consider amazing as technology goes by soon we will see iPhone shooting 20MP or more but If you love taking photo's and your don't want to spend like $1000 for a camera I would recommend buying this. Now yes the iPhone is priced at the same... Wait what but In my opinion the iPhone does more than taking photo making in more usable.


This is sadly it when it comes to upgrades but it's amazing that the main object have been upgraded once again. We will have to see what comes about when we next year comes.


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Should You Buy This ??

This is the Question everyone want's to know and probably the only reason why you visited this link. Should You Buy the iPhone 6s?

Yes & No. There are reasons why I say this. If you have a iPhone 6 or 6 Plus stick with it your wasting your time and money upgrading because the only benefit your getting is simply the 3D Touch and the Other Small upgrades like the processor and the camera.

But if you're with an iPhone 5s or below give it a go trust me it will be a massive and the big upgrade you need and want for your iPhone. Just be warned the iPhone size with change a lot from the original so just make sure your equip bigger pockets.


BUT that's my finally say I hope you enjoyed this Hub and make your decision on what your iPhone is. I love the iPhone 6s and hopefully so will you I will leave a buying link down below and if you want go buy it from your service provider for about $99 a month (Please note other area's will be different) Feel free to comment and I will answer back with any questions you have and please share my Hub around as you may or may not have noticed it's my first HUB but don't worry there are many more to come in the future.

Thanks! Written by Tab Tech !

(Edited with Grammarly Proof Read)

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    • TabsTech profile imageAUTHOR

      Michael Germanotta 

      2 years ago from Australia

      Thanks for your comments it means a lot knowing I'm only new. I agree both platforms have a buggy interface at times but nothing can be perfect

      And yes the iPhone 6s is a awesome gadget but the price tag is hard to match with it ranging around $1000 or more its unbelievable

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      Mel Carriere 

      2 years ago from San Diego California

      I had an iPhone 4 and thought I didn't like it because it did buggy things sometimes. So I went Android, but the Android does buggy things too. I will say that the iPhone interface is a lot more fun than Android. Great hub.

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      James 

      2 years ago from The Eastern Bypass

      iPhone 6s is a good gadget but the price is high

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