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About iPhone 6s
The iPhone 6s managed to improve on what appeared to be a flawlessly designed smartphone in the iPhone 6. Receiving high marks in regards to its design, performance, hardware specs and software, the crowing achievement that marks the iPhone 6s as a future-forward smartphone is its 3D touch interface, opening new user-interface possibilities. Although a few years old, the iPhone 6s is not only a viable option, but a still-competitive player in the smartphone game.
The iPhone 6s received a considerable bump in both processing power and memory over the iPhone 6. It features a 1.84GHz dual-core processor, as well as double the RAM of its predecessors at 2GB, making it more than capable of handling daily use with increasingly demanding apps and tasks. The size of the iPhone 6s remains the same as the model before it, coming with a 4.7-inch, 750 x 1334 pixel touch display. It offers a 16:9 aspect ratio at a stunning 326 pixels per inch.
The iPhone 6s comes with non-expandable internal storage, starting at 16GB, with higher storage options also available to allow you to easily store media without worrying about running out of space. One of the biggest upgrades that were ushered in with the iPhone 6s is the camera, featuring impressive specs on both sides of the phone. The primary rear-facing camera comes in at 12 megapixels. The front shooter comes in at 5 megapixels, over 4x better than the previous model. This phone comes with a non-removable, 1715mAh battery.
The iPhone 6s comes with the following connectivity options and sensors:
• Bluetooth 4.2
• Lightning cable
• Headphone jack
• 3G & 4G/LTE
• Fingerprint sensor
• Ambient light sensor
Despite having very similar dimensions and sporting the same metal body as the iPhone 6, the 6s is slightly heavier, coming in at 143 grams.