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Should you buy an iPhone 6s now or wait for iPhone 7?

Few months ago Apple started to sell iPhone 6s, however a lot of people have a reasonable question if it’s worth buying iPhone 6s or just wait for the iPhone 7? Maybe it’s worth waiting? As you might know already, each new generation of iPhones is always better than the previous, even if it has a couple of additional features. iPhone 6S wasn’t an exception.  Same as previous S generations of the iPhones, 6S got a significant boost in performance, new 12-megapixel camera sensor and innovate 3D Touch interface. All of the new hardware of this technological excellence is operated by new iOS version 9, you might have already read about it.

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Despite the absence of certain known information about the iPhone 7, which presentation is planned in the Spring or the Fall of 2016, we still have a rough list of new features that will be present in the new device. Most likely, the iPhone 7 will be equipped with A10 processor manufactured by TSMC, which would be not only more powerful but also more energy efficient solution compared with the current leader A9.

The rest of the hardware will probably remain the same. There won’t be 3 GB of RAM, neither a second generation 3D Touch module, which gives troubles to Apple to product. As for the software, traditionally will be presented the next generation of iOS with an index of 10. Nothing unusual. However, there are a couple of features that can make your smartphone more attractive, an updated design and a screen covered with sapphire crystal. But, unfortunately, some rumors, which actively gaining popularity, saying that the production of sapphire panels for iPhone 7 dramatically faded away, and the photos of the exterior of device will not be published yet.

Conclusion

So, let’s concentrate on the main question: Should you buy an iPhone 6s now or wait for iPhone 7? If you are currently own an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, you definitely shouldn’t hurry and spend a very large amount of money for 6S. If you are using an earlier model that satisfies you completely, then the answer is obvious. However if you own a previous generation of the iPhone and want to upgrade, iPhone 6S will be a great choice and if you don’t worry about the look of your device you should definitely buy 6S and wait for iPhone 7S, since as we already know S line of the iPhones is always much faster and technically much more powerful.

[via theweek]

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