Apple iPhone 6s duo appear in Rose Gold
In less than a month’s time, we are going to see the duo of Apple’s next generation smartphones come alive in the form of Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus. Even though a lot of things have been said about the two flagships (with some contradicting each other), it was today that we finally got hands on the real deal — we finally got (purported) pictures of phones.
But then, while it’s not a new occurrence to see pictures of tech products before their official announcement, Apple is one of the few companies reputable for keeping things under the sheets till a proper launch is done, therefore, the validity of the claimed iPhone 6s pictures still remain beclouded with some doubt.
Still on the matter, the leaked renders, showing off the iPhone 6s siblings in rose gold color, confirm that Apple is retaining the design of the current iPhones (iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus) and this is by no means a surprise to many of us that keep track of the company’s tradition of changing their smartphone designs only once in two years.
However, reports state that hardware will be altered as the upcoming iPhones will possess 2GB of RAM and 12-megapixel cameras — up from the 1GB RAMs and 8-megapixel cameras Apple had been putting in their smartphones over the past few years.
On September 9, Apple is expected to officially introduce the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
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