A reputable source has reported back to Bloomberg that Apple have just given the orders to Zhen Ding Technology and Flexium Interconnect to start production of the all new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus models. iPhone fans of the world rejoice, as production looks on track for an August release as per Ming-Chi Tou’s predictions.
Sources suggest that the new 4.7″ iPhone 6s will be 0.15 mm longer and 0.2 mm thicker then the current model thanks to 7000 series aluminium, and will sport a very interesting ‘Force Touch’ feature, introduced in the Apple Watch earlier this year. Which, if the rumours are to be believed will be able to tell the difference between the contact areas of the finger on the screen. Which opens up a whole new world of possibilities for the hand set and application developers.
Along with the internal changes suggested to be on their way, there’s also rumours that Apple will be offering a brand new colour option for the new iPhone range. The colour ‘rose gold’ has recently been seen in the all new Apple Watch edition launch. Not to everyones liking, but will certainly compliment the other available colours.
As the Force Touch is brand new technology, Apple bloggers are suggesting there’s a good chance that production delays will be experienced as they potentially iron out issues with the technology.