There aren’t many design changes to the upcoming iPhone 6s, but it has some significant hardware upgrades. One of them is the addition of the new Force Touch technology seen previously on Apple Watch and the new 12-inch Macbooks. A new concept video has emerged online, that shows how it could work on the iPhone and how Force Touch could change how you use the touchscreen.
The iPhone 6s concept video is designed by Maximilian Kiener to give us a better idea of what Force Touch functionality on an iPhone might look like. The video shows how the Bluetooth toggle switch in the control center, first only allowed us to switch Bluetooth on and off. However, with Force Touch we will now be able to tell the iPhone 6s to take us straight to the Bluetooth setting menu by applying just a bit of pressure. Long pressing any connectivity switch in control center, will take us to the corresponding settings menu directly.
Apart from Force Touch, the new iPhone 6s will have an upgraded A9X quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, faster LTE, better battery, 12-megapixel rear camera that supports 4k videos and a 5-megapixel FaceTime camera that supports 1080p recording. It may scrap the 16GB variant to make 32GB as the base storage option. Apple is quite bullish about the prospects of the forthcoming iPhones. The company has reportedly placed its biggest ever order to its manufacturers, between 85 million to 90 million units of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus combined.
Watch the concept video below: