Apple Is Testing Two Models Of iPhone 6S

It seems that Apple is testing two different models which incorporates Force Touch screens for the next generation iPhone 6S terminal, according to the DigiTimes. Cupertino company is testing two models of iPhone 6S so different to find out which is the best way to implement Force Sensor Touch screen terminals directly. The first option involves implementing pressure sensor under backlit panel and the second between external and touch panel screen protector.






But according to current screens for Apple suppliers Watch, TPK and GIS, Apple is more likely to choose the first option and include pressure sensor Touch Force in backlit panel. While this approach would avoid interference with touch panel device, it also involves adding extra components sensitive to touch, in addition to a new design for the circuit board in order to save as much space.


Force Technology Touch iPhone terminal could distinguish between a touch and a push to provide easy access to hidden options. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said a few weeks ago that the sensor will monitor Force Touch your finger touches the contact screen to determine how big is the pressure, unlike the users finger pressure detection.

The folks at The Wall Street Journal also confirmed a few weeks ago that the technology will be implemented in Touch Force next generation iPhone. According to the newspaper, it seems that Apple will offer new iPhone based solely on 6S Plus terminal.

Regardless of the implementation, that new iPhones will include these pressure sensors and will assume that the operating system to be amended accordingly to provide developers take advantage of this technology in their own applications.

Touch Force technology was implemented initially in Apple Watch, and then in the new 12-inch MacBook screen that Apple released this month. Apple also launched new APIs Force Touch with the launch of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3.


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