As told to us in Cult Of Mac, Tim Cook stated that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were the biggest breakthrough in iPhone history. Apple’s latest two smartphones are only six months old, but we’ve been in the midst of rumors about what their successors will look like for some time now. If the iPhone 6 was the biggest leap forward since the first iPhone was introduced, what should the iPhone 6s look like?
Today we bring you a list of 9 features that the iPhone 6s should bring: if it wants to be a worthy successor to one of the most successful generations of Apple it probably shouldn’t lack any.
1. Wireless charging. The Apple Watch is the first of Cupertino’s products to be able to charge without cables, but it certainly won’t be the last. Will we see this technology on the iPhone 6s? Most probably not, but there’s no doubt that it would be a tremendous advance,
2. Force Touch. That this technology reaches the iPhone is only a matter of time. It’s not so much a question of whether we’ll get to see it as whether we’ll see it on the iPhone 6s or the iPhone 7. With Force Touch, Apple could take the possibilities of interaction with applications and games to a new level.
3. A minimum of 32 GB of storage Keeping the 16 GB was a pretty dirty move by Apple, and if it was already something difficult to defend in 2014, in 2015 it looks directly ridiculous. No less than 32 GB of base, please.
4. Best camera. There are two features of the iPhone that are invariably updated every year: processor and camera. If the rumors about a two-lens system with optical zoom are confirmed, that of the iPhone 6s could be the biggest leap in the iPhone’s camera in a long time.
5. More RAM. Apple’s AX chips are great, and extra RAM could help your iPhone gain even more power. The iPhone is the only flagship still tethered to 1GB of RAM, and that should finally change with iPhone 6s.
6. Other colors. It would be nice if the iPhone came in more colors than just gold, silver, and space gray. Well, the addition of the color pink is a breakthrough, but probably only for a very small audience. How about a green, blue or even yellow iPhone?
7. 24 hours of battery life The iPhone 6 Plus has a larger battery than any other iPhone, but I don’t think anyone would mind adding two millimeters more thickness in exchange for finally reaching 24 hours of autonomy.
8. OLED screen. This type of screen suits the Apple Watch very well, but would be much better used on the iPhone, for a simple matter of size.
9. With (some) water resistance. Okay, it’s very unlikely that anyone is going to dive into the deepest ocean with their iPhone, but it wouldn’t be a bad idea if Apple’s most famous device were splashproof, and even dustproof.
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