Apple says, Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be “un-bendable” ?!
According to Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, the next generation of Apple iPhone could utilize the 7000 series aluminum alloy used in the entry-level of Apple Watch Sport for their body design.
Next Apple Iphone 6S and 6S Plus Un-Bendable?
Apple is hinting at their previous “Bendgate” and stating quite boldly that their new custom aluminum alloy is reported to be 60% harder than all other current smartphone aluminum. On the website of Apple, the company describes: ” For Apple Watch, we created a new alloy of 7000 Series aluminum that’s 60 percent stronger than standard alloys. Yet it’s very light. Together with the Ion-X glass covering the display, it makes the Sport collection watches up to 30 percent lighter than our stainless steel models. It’s also exceptionally pure, with a beautifully consistent appearance that’s difficult to achieve with traditional aluminum alloys.”
Stronger aluminum frame protects your device against bending. This aluminum alloy offers one third of stainless steel density so it is lighter. For each case, Apple device is machined, polished and blasted with microscopic zirconia beads for polishing finish.
So far this new aluminum alloy is not the only update on the so-call iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Some reports said the next iPhone generation would be the first to feature Force Touch Sensor. The new sensor allows to open different functions depending on you light tap or deep press the screen. Talking about the iPhone 6S specs, certainly it will feature new tech from Apple but the iPhone 6S Plus may have more priority.
We yet have to see if the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus can really be un-bendable. For sure though it looks like Apple is taking customer complaints seriously and trying to improve their Customer Apple Iphone 6 Reviews about bending phones. Traditionally, the successors of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, most likely the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, are going to be introduced in this September. The iPhone 6S price and release date is not confirmed yet, either worldwide or in Malaysia. Until then, we will keep updating for you with the latest info.