Friday, July 3, 2015

The iPhone 6S will have a new NFC chip, will be slightly thicker and will start again from 16GB | Rumors

After showing that the design of the iPhone 6S will be exactly the same as the current model and the speed in which LTE will be doubled to 300Mbps, the guys at 9to5Mac today reveal other new smartphone that will be presented in September.

The new iPhone 6S should include a new NFC chip 66VP2, later model than at present even if we do not know yet what all the differences.

We will also find a slight narrowing of the logic board and a reduction in the number of chips used. Miniaturize and reduce the number of chips means achieve greater space will probably be devoted to the battery and to the panel that will support the Force Touch. All this also translates into a reduction in consumption and greater efficiency.

Some rumors saw the iPhone 6S from the 32GB variant, instead it turned out to be still present in flash memory, 16GB, just like iPhone 6. The next generation, therefore, should come in 3 models from 16, 64 and 128GB. Phil Schiller, Apple's head of marketing, 16GB help to keep the cost and still have enough for a large number of people due to cloud services just as iCloud and the new Apple Music. People can use the entire memory for applications, removing photos and music from your device.

The last note to this day regards the thickness of the iPhone, which is expected to increase to 0,13mm, a minimum difference that should not cause problems even as most of the cases and that could confirm a larger battery.

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