Apple designed the smartphones’ sleek body out of its own custom aluminum along with a new glass coat for the display, as the one used on the Apple Watch particularly the sport version, to make it at least less susceptible to bending. The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has a stunning 4.7” (1334 x 750 pixel resolution at 326 ppi) and 5.5” (1920 x 1080 pixel resolution at 401 ppi) Retina HD display in that order, which features dual-domain pixels for wider viewing angles. The body of the iPhone 6s is 7.1mm thick and the iPhone 6s Plus is 7.3mm thick. While both smartphones maintain the same design as their predecessors, it’s now being offered in a rose gold color option along with gold, silver, space gray finishes.
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|Apple iPhone 6s in rose gold finish.|
Apple is also bringing the live photos feature to both devices, which will capture photo along with a second and a half video clip. In addition to a more accurate virtual assistant Siri and Touch ID sensor, the smartphones as well has upgraded wireless speeds twice as fast as the previous models over both the WiFi and LTE connections.
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