For those interested The Inquirer has a quick breakdown of the specifications of the coming iPhone 6s. At 138x67x7.1mm, it is a tiny bit thicker than the original iPhone 6 and so it also weighs slightly more at 143g. The screen is unchanged at 4.7" with a 1334×750 resolution but it will now support 3D Touch that allows the phone to react differently depending on how much force you use while touching it. The Inquirer compares it to the Huawei Mate S's force-sensitive screen, if you have had experiences with that particular phone. As usual Apple is not saying much about the processor but we do know it will be upgraded to an ARM A9 from the A8 present in the original. Read on for more details right here.
"AS EXPECTED, Apple has announced that the next iPhones will be the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, updates to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S Plus."
Here are some more Mobile articles from around the web:
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- MEIZU M2 Note 4G LTE Smartphone Review @ Madshrimps
- ASUS ZenFone 2 Smartphone Review: The Budget Android Wonder @ Techgage
- OUKITEL U10 Smartphone Review @ Madshrimps
- OnePlus 10000mAh Mobile USB Power Bank @ eTeknix
- Kobo Glo HD (2015) Review @ Techgage
- Asus Transformer Book Chi T300 @ The Inquirer
They made the battery
They made the battery smaller??? Why? It got thicker and heavier and has a smaller battery…
On a mostly unrelated topic; can PCPER try to do really thorough coverage of the 950 and 950XL next month when they launch? I’d rather give you guys ad revenue than a lot of the other sites that will likely cover it.
Maybe? We don’t do a lot of
Maybe? We don't do a lot of cellphone coverage, hell Josh and I were only forced into using them just over a year or so ago
Here are the Apple A7(1)
Here are the Apple A7(1) specifications, done up properly and reprinted by all the “Technology websites”, from Anand’s efforts, but Anand is no longer able to provide the Information, and who will these “technology reporters” get to do the real technology journalism for them now! This level of CPU core detail appears to be lacking for the Apple A8/A8X, and the A9/A9X
(1) A7 core’s information done properly.
CPU Codename Cyclone,
ARM ISA ARMv8-A(32/64),
Issue Width 6 micro-ops,
Reorder Buffer Size 192 micro-ops,
Branch Mispredict Penalty 16 cycles (14 – 19),
Integer ALUs 4,
Load/Store Units 2,
Load Latency 4 Cycles,
Branch Units 2,
Indirect Branch Units 1,
FP/NEON ALUs 3,
L1 Cache 64KB I$ + 64KB D$,
L2 Cache 1MB,
L3 Cache 4MB,