Latest update: We could see an iPhone 6C alongside the iPhone 6S. Plus Apple seems to be working hard on its batteries and Force Touch might be exclusive to the iPhone 6S Plus.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been with us long enough now that we’re getting a little tired of them. Fickle, we know. But the mooted specs and features of the new iPhone (probably called the iPhone 6S, with the iPhone 7 coming in 2016) are starting to trickle out.
Current highlights include Force Touch, the Apple SIM, a DSLR-quality camera and double the RAM of the iPhone 6, so you’re free to start getting excited.
We’ve also rounded up 10 things we think should appear in the next iteration for Apple to finally have the all-conquering handset it’s been trying to create for so many years.
What would you like to see in the iPhone 6S and iPhone 7? Do let us know in the comments. But before we get to what we want to see, here are the best (and most believable) of the rumors on offer so far:
Cut to the chase
What is it? Apple’s next flagship
When is it out? Very likely September 2015
What will it cost? A lot, at least £539 / $649 / AU$999
Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 release date
We can take an educated guess that the iPhone 6S will launch in September 2015, as previous models have launched in that same month.
On the other hand, a source speaking to StableyTimes claims that Apple might bring the release of the iPhone 6S forward to coincide with the Apple Watch in the spring. Let’s be clear though: that will not happen. Now the Watch is coming in April there’s no way we’re going to see another iPhone at the same time.
Samsung is reportedly already producing the A9 processor that is expected to be included in the iPhone 6S though, so it’s possible that it could arrive before September.
Apple iPhone 6S / iPhone 7 design
There are numerous Apple patents in the wild which point to weird and wonderful designs, but haven’t yet come to anything, such as more than one for a phone with a curved display, a little like the Galaxy Note Edge. It’s possible that we could see that in the iPhone 6S, but we’d be very surprised.
Not only would it be a risky move to bring something so untested to market but Apple has just redesigned its handsets with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, so in all likelihood this year’s models will stick to roughly the same design, albeit with beefed up innards, such as a faster A9 processor.
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