iPhone 6s Could Either be Thinner or Bring Better Batteries
Do you think that the iPhone 6s should be even more thinner than the iPhone 6? If so, you might be in luck because we have picked up reports suggesting that Apple is changing up some of the things in the hardware of the upcoming model that could let them slim down the phone a bit more.
If you look at their history, it has hardly been the case that Apple would make bigger changes to the “s” models. Usually their alterations don’t have visual effects until they are jumping from 5s to 6 or, in the future, from 6s to 7.
However, reports suggest differently. Apparently, iPhone 6s is going to use new LED backlighting chips which are much thinner than the ones being used previously. These chips, which allegedly are of the same dimensions, will be 0.4mm thick as compared to the 0.6mm chips being used now.
On the flipside, these new chips are 10 percent less brighter individually which means the phone might use more of them in order to maintain the brightness standards of iPhone 6.
That being said, there still will be the issue with the camera which Apple will need to push back in order to make an overall slimmer model and the fact that if they go ahead with the Force Touch technology, they will need that extra space to fit in the new technology, leaving no space for slimming down.
This brings us to the last speculation. If Apple chooses not to do something about the camera it could mean that they will use the newly created extra space to ship better, bigger batteries.
Do keep in mind that all this is based on what reports, rumors and leaks we have stumbled upon regarding iPhone 6s, and nothing is official until, well, it really is official.
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