Apple Watch Bands To Be showcased Alongside 7000 Aluminum Series iPhone Models
With only six days left for Apple to showcase its highly anticipated iPhone 6s duo, we have received more information that alongside the company’s mobile devices, we are also going to be seeing accessories belonging to Apple Watch.
iPhone Models Will Feature 7000 Aluminum Chassis – On Contract Pricing Details Also Stated
Both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are going to come in the 16, 64 and 128GB capacity, indicating that Apple is not going to be working on 32GB models as yet. The source was able to detail the on-contract prices for both iPhones. They have been listed below.
- 16GB: $199
- 64GB: $299
- 128GB: $399
iPhone 6s Plus
- 16GB: $299
- 64GB: $399
- 128GB: $499
Both iPhones are going to be running Apple’s A9 chipset, which has been processed on the 16/14nm FinFET architecture. The source also states that while the Cupertino tech giant is working on a 4 inch iPhone 6c, but we might not get to see it on September 9th. Coming back to iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, both models are also going to sport 7000 series aluminum, which is going to be far stronger as compared to the chassis of the previous generation iPhone duo.
The 7000 series aluminum is going to be 60 percent stronger than standard alloys, ensuring that consumers will not have to witness another ‘bendgate’ saga like it did with iPhone 6 models. Coupled with the Ion-X glass, which covers the display, it makes the Sport collection watches up to 30 percent lighter. On top of that, this particular material is also cosmetically attractive compared to traditional aluminum alloys.
Coming to the Apple Watch, new Sport band colors are expected to be showcased on the same day that iPhone 6s models are going to be unveiled. Since there are no details mentioned about them, we are going to have to wait for the actual day to arrive and see what Apple has in store for us.
As well all know, both iPhone models are going to sport upgraded camera sensors, with a maximum image capturing resolution of 12MP. These camera sensors will also be able to record 4K videos, showing that Apple is going to be making huge strides in upgrading the upcoming smartphone duo. For now, this is all the information that we have at this current point. We will be providing you with timely updates, so be sure to keep following our posts.