September 9 Apple Event may bring out a revamped Apple TV and the iPhone 6S
Apple recently announced its iPhone launch, which will be on September 9 at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. There are reports that Apple will unveil an enhanced Apple TV and iPhone 6s.
One of the major features of the Apple event is the unveiling of the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. There are no exact details on what the new smartphones are capable of, but there are reports that it features force-sensitive touches. Another major improvement in these smartphones is their camera upgrade.
The new smartphone's camera will have upgraded megapixels, from 8-megapixel sensor to a custom imager 12-megapixel. This means it has the capacity to take larger, higher resolution photos than its predecessors.
It has an A9 system-on-a-chip that gives it an upgraded image signal processor, which means the new sensor will not deteriorate or decrease the photo quality. Another major addition to the new smartphones is its revamped video recording.
Apple has also made major improvements to the iPhone's video recording capabilities. It now has a 4K video recording support, making these new smartphone will be one of the first phones to have such capabilities.
Besides the camera, the new iPhone will have Force Touch display feature designed to make it easier to navigate around the iOS 9. It will also have an Apple Watch-like wallpapers, faster A9 processor for better gaming graphics, and better Qualcomm-built cellular chips.
Another major product to be launched on September is the new Apple TV, which is reported to have design and internal changes. It will have changes with the App Store, improve remote touch pad, and it will have a Siri voice control. This new TV will be slimmer and it will be faster.
There are also reports that the new iPads and a possible larger iPad Pro may also be launched during the Apple event. Other rumored releases are iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, and the watch OS 2.
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