According to the newest leaks it worth it to upgrade from the iPhone 5 series - if you already haven't done so.
Apple's next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are set to be released around September. It is widely known that Apple's "S" badge is all about performance improvements so that means the iPhone 6's look will stay with for another year at least.
Although nothing is certain until Apple releases its new handsets, some analysts always try their best to predict what to expect in new devices. The KGI Securities' contributor also Ming-Chi Kuo has his say about the new iPhones - just as he did in the past. He has a pretty good track record predicting details on unreleased Apple products. I think it's safe to say that most of the analysts just rehash his reports. Now let's see what we can expect later this year, according to Mr Ming!
After its debut in the Apple Watch, it's still not clear how would it improve the user experience but introducing this technology into iPhones may change that. Differentiating touches on the screen by how hard we push them can open a totally new dimension of control.
Apple's affection to the 8-megapixel technology may seem to vanish. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the new iPhones will have a 12-megapixel camera and the image quality will be something similar to DSLR technology. To me, this sounds absolute nonsense though.
I think this is something we can be sure of. Until now every "S" upgrade brought us a new processor, and if Apple doesn't drastically change its tradition, the new processor will be known as A9. The new 14 nm architecture does not only mean more power but better energy consumption.
2 GB RAM
Even the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have 1 GB of memory, however, it's well enough to beat Samsung or any other Android handset in the top flight. Just imagine what would duplicating the memory do to an iPhone!
No more Bendgate, guys! Just like the Apple Watch Sport, the new iPhones would be made of "7000 series" aluminium. Because of that, the iPhone 6s shall be 0,15 mm longer than its predecessor.
No need for a new battery
According to our favorite analyst, there won't a place for bigger batteries. However, we still can expect longer battery life because of the ultra efficient A9 processor and iOS 9.