Apple Posts iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus Introductory Videos – Watch Them Right Here
There are two new videos in total, for now, and one's dubbed 'iPhone 6s - The Only Thing That’s Changed Is…' while the other one is titled 'Introducing iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with 3D Touch.' While from the titles you can clearly tell that these are no more than introductory clips, but they're worth taking a look at. And for your convenience, we've embedded them both below.
As ever, both the clips feature typical Apple design culture, keeping things as minimal as possible while strictly focusing on the product itself, which in this case are the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus.
Many had expected the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to be mild upgrades over last year's iPhones. But when Apple took to the stage today at its 'Hey Siri' event, things turned out quite the opposite, with both the handsets packing a ton of punch when it comes to raw hardware power.
Given how Apple has upgraded pretty much every nook and corner of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, while only keeping the external aesthetics the same over last year's release, it's the tech beneath the display which Apple has solely focused on this time around. If you skim through the above videos real quickly, you'll get a clear impression that the next one year is all going to be about 3D Touch and how it can boost the credentials of apps and games, opening up new gateways for developers.
On the camera front, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are both powerful handsets as the camera on the smartphones are able to shoot photos in 12-megapixel resolution while also capable of recording videos in UHD resolution. That's 4K for those who know their tech jargon. If you're interested, be sure to check out the camera samples from both the devices right here: iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus Camera Samples – Gallery.
Today is the first day in the lifecycle of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and Apple has kicked off things as swiftly as possible with the mild marketing of both the handsets. In the days to come, we're certain the brains behind the Cupertino tech giant will churn out more videos and TV ads aiming to push the new smartphones to potential consumers.