Apple’s iPhone 6s brings about quite a few upgrades over its predecessor, albeit few that are visible without first unlocking the phone with the now even faster Touch ID-equipped Home button. Both the 6s and 6s Plus feature a 70% quicker Apple A9 chip with M9 motion coprocessor, a 12-megapixel rear facing iSight camera that shoots 4K video, and a 5-megapixel FaceTime camera that uses the phone’s display as a flash. It’s also equipped with 3D Touch, a feature similar to the Apple Watch’s Force Touch that lets the screen sense how much pressure is applied to add a new dimension of functionality to the device — for instance, a light press lets you peek at an email, a link, an address, and more, without opening it and without having to leave the app you’re currently using. And, reassuringly, the 6s won’t bend thanks to the use of Series 7000 aluminum — now also available in rose gold — adding to its durability alongside the strongest cover glass used in any smartphone.
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