With the launch of the much talked about iPhone 6S getting ever closer yet another rumour has come to light, this time regarding the possible addition of 'force touch' to the device.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who has a very good track record with Apple rumours has claimed that the newly released feature will be added to the next generation device, and a combination of this and a new stronger grade of aluminium used could mean that the next iPhone will actually be slightly larger. Do not fear however as the increase in size is said to only be around 0.2mm thicker.
the new '7000 series aluminium' was developed for the Apple watch sport and is said to be up to 60% stronger than most other aluminium. This is likely in response to the bending issues that were seen with the release of the iPhone 6 last year.
As we get nearer the anticipated iPhone 6S release date there is no doubt that more rumours will emerge, and you can be sure we will keep you updated!
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