Remember the Bendgate controversy? It was part of iPhone 6 Plus.
But, Apple seems to be working seriously on making the next iPhones stronger than current ones, thus preventing the Bendgate controversy to surface in the upcoming smartphones.
It is hardly a surprise that the new smartphones will be called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and also, both will be an improved and faster version of current ones.
Taiwanese publication Economic Daily News was first to make a statement related to this firm decision from Apple. According to the report, the next generation devices are going to be manufactured using aluminum of 7000 series.
At the moment, the same aluminum is already used in Apple Watch while it is also used to make competition bicycles.
The version of aluminum we are talking about is said to be 60% stronger than any other version available and it is clearly capable of stopping the next iPhone controversy.
iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
If you haven’t been following the Apple events (don’t worry I’m covering for you), then you’re unsure of the launch of these two upgraded smartphones.
But the event is surely to happen in the month of September, just like every year.
Now, with this new grade of material to be used in the build, so the weight of both devices may increase or decrease. So, expect this change coming for sure.
Also, Apple Watch display is using ForceTouch technology, that can sense the force in every touch and can respond accordingly. Now, the same technology can arrive in these next sets of iPhone (and they should).
No doubt, this new feature is going to be revolutionary, as the tech world is already praising how good this new touch technology is.
It was also confirmed that Samsung is manufacturing next processor units for Apple that may arrive in these two devices.
Take these details at the moment and I promise to keep you updated as soon as anything leaks or arrives officially.