Saturday, June 27, 2015

Started production of the first iPhone with display Force Touch

As reported by Bloomberg, Apple has begun production of the first models of the new iPhone that will be characterized, almost certainly, by technology Force Touch. Citing sources close to the company, the multinational in the field of mass media states in the report that the mass production of devices will begin next month.

Force Touch technology was introduced by Apple last fall with Apple Watch. This allows a device to detect the different pressure levels of the user's finger on the display.

According to Bloomberg, Apple will produce again two different versions of the iPhone, with displays from 4.7 "and 5.5" respectively. The size of the display will then be the same as those of the last iPhone hit the market, or iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Most likely Apple will unveil the new iPhone in September, thus following the tradition. In addition to the Force Touch, the new smartphone Apple could present a improved camera and an aluminum case series 7000, much stronger than that of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

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