Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Apple expects to produce 90 million iPhones 6S with Force Touch

Apple hopes to break another of his records, producing an average 85-90 million units of the new iPhone 6S this year, according to information obtained by the Wall Street Journal.

Recently published rumors said that the Cupertino company started production of the new model in June to get hit that goal, and it is expected that this is one of the most "hot" releases the history of the iPhone. Last year, the launch of the iPhone 6:06 Plus, the company sold 74.5 million units in the last quarter.

Once again, the rumor that the iPhone 6S will come with Force Touch technology is reinforced by the vehicle, and as a "small" update, the model shall have the same visual aspect of current devices. What really boost sales of the new model is the Force Touch and the new color, gold rosé, which is expected for the device. Other improvements are also expected in the camera, sensitivity of Touch ID and internal components.

The color gold rosé is also cited by the WSJ and should follow the traditional silver, space and golden gray as color option. Other rumors (and closest customers) mention that the iPhone CPU is changed to an Apple A9 chip.

Following the traditional calendar, Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6S in early September at a press event, as is usual. The company must keep the models of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches.


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