iPhone 6S Summary
The iPhone 6s is Apple’s 2015 flagship phone. Its external design is similar to that of its predecessor, which is usually normal in the ‘S’ versions of Apple iPhone lineup. The device has an aluminum housing type 7000 which was considered one of the most advanced of the moment. In it, we find the fingerprint reader with which we can lock and guarantee the security of our payments through Apple Pay, the signature system developed by the firm for that purpose.
The iPhone 6s smartphone is a device with 4G LTE Advanced connection that ensures network speeds up to a maximum of 300 Mbps. The Apple iPhone 6s display features an IPS screen, which is one of the novelties of this model since it has the new 3D technology Touch that allows access to certain controls depending on the level of pressure you do. The iPhone 6s specifications come pre-installed with iOS 8 (now upgradable to iOS 13.2). As for the processor, the iPhone 6s has an A9 chip combined with an M9 coprocessor that manages the data from the sensors. The iPhone 6s RAM is 2 GB, while the available storage space memory comes in versions of 16, 32, 64 and 128 GB.
The Apple iPhone 6s camera features a 12-megapixel main camera, with the incentive of being able to record videos with 4K quality. The sensor has a brightness of F:2.2 and a five-element lens with EIS. It also has HDR mode for the rear camera and panoramic mode. The Apple iPhone 6s camera also has Burst mode, slow-motion recording at 1080p or the option to take 8 MP photos from the recordings made in 4K quality. We also have face detection for the front camera (5-megapixel) and rear. For night shots it has a double LED flash on the rear.
In the area of connectivity, iPhone 6s features Bluetooth (4.2), WiFi (AC) and NFC connection. The smartphone has dimensions of 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm and has Non-removable Li-Ion 1715 mAh battery. The iPhone 6s colors are available in Gray, Silver, Gold and Rose Gold.
- Touch ID is faster
- Better camera
- Better performance
- No dual SIM support
- Battery life is not so better
- Touch ID is overly sensitive