Apple is being expected to releasing three new iPhone handsets toward the second half of this year. Report also suggests that the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be the updated version of last year’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, while iPhone 6C will be the handset that the Cupertino-based giant will launch to tap the emerging markets which features a 4-inch display.
All of Apple’s upcoming devises will feature LTPS panels and Corning Gorilla Glass. As for the chips concern, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus series will be featured with upcoming the A9 chips while the 6C will sport the A8.
A9 will be the next generation chip in Apple’s iPhone chip line and would provide the requisite power and handling of resources that developers would want to tap into. Ironically, rumors suggest that Samsung, one of Apple’s top competitors in the smartphone market, will build the A9.
All of the handsets will be equipped with NFC and fingerprint scanning. iPhone 6C would also reportedly feature Apple’s new Force Touch technology, which it introduced on the new 12-inch Apple MacBook and in the screen on the Apple Watch. Apple’s Force Touch is a newly developed haptic feedback feature. The iPhone 6C is expected to be priced around $400-500 in the US.
Apple will unveil its new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus in September at a special press event on this year, probable also show off the long-awaited iPad Pro at that event.