The next iPhone is far from even being announced but the rumours surrounding it have already started surfacing. The latest rumour about iPhone 6S suggests that the Force Touch technology used in Apple Watch will be featured in iPhone 6S too. According to Apple Insider, the next iPhone will feature Force Touch but much hyped two-lens camera will not be making an appearance this time. Force Touch is a technology that distinguishes between a light tap and a deep press, and trigger instant access to a range of contextually specific controls using tiny electrodes around the display. According to Apple, it’s the most significant new sensing capability since Multi‑Touch.
Apple announced Force Touch last year when revealing Apple Watch. It is not clear exactly what purpose will it serve in iPhone and how.
Another speculation about the iPhone 6S hardware is about Apple bringing DSLR-like camera capabilities to the next iPhone by adding an additional camera lens. But at this moment, this doesn’t seem to be happening according to Apple Insider. iPhone has been featuring 8 Mega-pixel camera since iPhone 4S and since then, Apple has improved camera capabilities by implementing new features. The current iPhone camera gives excellent photography result at even 8 Mega-pixel though, but we would love the camera to get even better.
It will be interesting to see more rumours, speculations and expectations to surface around as the next iPhone comes near release.