During today’s event Apple announced both the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus, which feature a similar design to their predecessors but with brand new specs.
They will be available in new rose gold, space grey, gold and silver, with the same 4.7 inch screen on the iPhone 6S and the same 5.5 inch screen on the 6S Plus. They also both have a new feature called 3D Touch, that uses Dorce Touch technology to allow users to use three levels of finger pressure to allow for more interactions.
The new models also feature a 3rd generation 64-bit A9 processor that is claimed to be faster than the one in the 6 or 6 Plus, and 90 per cent faster with graphic processing, allowing for even better game-playing abilities.
The M9 co-processor is also built into the processing chip, with always-on technology. The Touch ID fingerprint sensor. There’s also a 12 megapixel iSight camera, which is up from the 8 megapixel camera that was on the last generation, it is also able to record in 4K.
The front-facing camera is also now 5-megapixels.
Prices will start at the exact same prices as they did when iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were released, same configurations too. In the US that starts at $199. And both phones will be available for pre-order from this Saturday 12 September, for shipping on 25 September in the US, UK and other major countries.
The new iOS 9 will be available for other handsets from 16 September.
Check out the video below for a quick look.