The rumors about"IPhone 6s" (more plausible name for the next generation of Apple's smartphone) continue to emerge. According to them, the big news will be the Force Touch technology, but in addition the device has everything to be built with the same material as the Apple Watch Sport (series 7000 aluminum), gain a new color (ros), faster navigation operator networks, among other things. All of this with a housing similar to the current model.
Although the look has everything to be exactly the same as that of the iPhones 6/6 Plus, rumors say that, due to the Force Touch, the device is 0.2mm thicker. For now the Engadget japons shared (Google Translate) some alleged “iPhone 6s” schemes which “confirm” this.
According to the image, if this scheme is really true everything will remain exactly the same on the outside, but 0.2mm thicker. Thus, the “iPhone 6s” (with a 4.7 inch screen) would have the same thickness as the iPhone 6 Plus (with a 5.5 inch screen).
a setback? Yes, even more so taking into account the fixation that the company has in making its products increasingly thin. But this would be nothing new, after all, we have already seen something very similar happening with the third generation iPad (the first to adopt the Retina display). In addition, many think and I include myself in that the current iPhones are too thin. I, for example, always use a case to, in addition to protecting, improve his "footprint".
But what about you, what do you think of that? Would that 0.2mm hinder anything?