Apple will definitely be raising the bar when it gears up to announce its upcoming iPhone 6s duo. Consumers who plan to upgrade their existing iPhones should be well informed that the handsets are going to feature 2 GB of LPDDR4 type RAM for improved speeds. Additionally, Apple A9, the chipset that is going to be incorporated in these handsets is going to be manufactured under Samsung’s superior 14 nm FinFET process, which only means that they will exceed the processing capabilities and energy efficiency of A8X.
According to a source, the upcoming smartphones are also going to feature the Force Touch tech and LED back-light, which are elements that were not present in the iPhone 6 duo. Details from the source state that both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are going to feature a 4.7 and 5.5 inch screen size respectively and are going to enter mass production in June. In addition to all the features stuffed inside these next-generation iPhones, there was also information that predicted the amount of units that the iPhone 6s duo will be able to sell in a single quarter.
25 million units are expected to be shipped out, with the majority of units comprising of4.7 inch iPhones. During Q4, 2015, Apple is expected to double that figure,surpassing the 50 million shipment mark. Furthermore, Apple is going to make possibly one of the greatest moves by omitting 16 GB iPhones from the production equation permanently. The base model will start from 32 GB, which should be sufficient enough for users when updates are rolled out by the company.
The iPhone 6s duo are also expected to be running iOS 9 out of the box. The upcoming operating system will be focused more on performance improvements and fixes rather than showcasing a plethora of features. On and off-contract pricing of the smartphones are expected to be the same. The upcoming duo is shaping up to be one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of 2015. Looks like once again, Apple will not disappoint the smartphone populace and most importantly, the large cult of Apple product consumers.