iPhone 6 To Get More Than A Sapphire Glass Display And Larger Screen – Haptic Feedback Also Rumored For Device

Ramish Zafar
Posted Jul 10, 2014
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Apple’s next flagship smartphone, the iPhone 6 is to reportedly come with several new, updated and interesting features. The iPhone 6 is expected to be launched in two screen sizes, 4.7 and 5.5 inch. In addition, it is to feature an upgraded processor, a more open operating system and a display made out of sapphire glass. The battery capacity of the new flagship smartphone is also reported to be more than that of current models. Rewind back to a couple of weeks and you’ll see that all we’ve been hearing down the rumor mill is some variation or more details about these features. Well, if you’re looking for something new, then this is the post to read. Chinese website, laoyaoba.com is now reporting something completely unexpected when it comes to what we’ve heard so far about the iPhone 6.

Apple’s iPhone 6 To Reportedly Feature New Advanced Haptic Technology.

According to the Chinese, the iPhone 6 is getting an upgrade for its haptic motor. The Chinese media is reporting that the new motor is more intelligent and will be able to produce vibrations of different intensity. These will be co-related with the requirements of whatever application the phone is running. According to the source, the haptic motor on the current iPhone 5S costs around $ 0.6. The new motor unit, which is more intelligent will cost 2 or 3 times more than the previous unit. This of course indicates that the iPhone 6 will indeed come with smarter haptic response.

The potential resulting from this upgrade is quite a lot. Not only will it enhance overall user experience resulting from device usage, but t will also end up giving developers more freedom when designing apps for the iPhone 6. The new system is also rumored to provide different vibration levels when interacting with different screen parts. New technology, new OS, new processor and a new display; the iPhone 6 does sound very promising so far folks. Lets wait and watch.

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