Apple iPhone 6S
The more it changes, the harder it becomes to see the difference. And you know, it’s not about Apple and the iPhone at all. It’s where the industry has been heading for a while now. In the race for screen size and processing power, the major makers’ flagships are like pro athletes finishing within milliseconds of each other. To get an extra edge, manufacturers will go in lots of directions – such as water proofing, bigger and sharper selfies, wireless charging, curved or borderless screens, whatnot.
A certain type of players would rather lose than be in a crowd of winners. Others don’t even play games they can’t win. We guess we all know where Apple stands on this.
With a single iPhone a year – two as of late – Apple is the kid that skips classes but aces the tests. The wild card player that goes on to win the tournament. The team that doesn’t play qualifiers but goes to the world cup.
Wouldn’t we all do less and make more? There goes the iPhone 6S, off to a familiar start. The same on the outside but trying to pose as the most important iPhone since the first one ever released.
The new iPhone, being an S model, naturally comes with more power under the hood, but also brings the long awaited camera upgrade. The main camera now uses a 12MP sensor capable of 4K video recording as well as 1080p at 120fps, there is a brand new 5MP selfie camera too. And, it’s the same screen size and resolution but we think it’s exactly what Apple meant with “the only thing that’s changed is everything”.