Left to right: Samsung Galaxy Note 5, iPhone 6S Plus and Google Nexus 6. Sarah Tew/CNET.
The moment you use iPhone 6s, you know you’ve never felt anything like it. With a single press, 3D Touch lets you do more than ever before. Live Photos bring your memories to life in a powerfully vivid way.
Typically, Apple’s S year upgrades aren’t too exciting, but this year, it’s really gone all out with the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. The improvements aren’t plentiful, but they are meaningful, which is more important.
The iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus (stylized as iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus) are smartphones designed by Apple Inc. The devices were announced on September 9, 2015, at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco by Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook.
Both the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus sport what Apple is calling '7000 series aluminum', which it claims is a lot stronger. Who wants to volunteer up their new iPhone 6S Plus for a bend test? The 6S Plus is still a beast in the hand...
Our iPhone 6s Plus review evaluates the design, features and specs of Apple's new iPhone 6s Plus smartphone. This is still an early review, based on the two to three days we've had to play around with the iPhone 6s Plus (plus that brief hands-on time at the iPhone 6s Plus launch event)...
The enormous iPhone 6s Plus is a work of art, and demonstrates just how brilliantly Apple has adapted to crafting phablets, says Rhiannon Williams. But how big is too big?
The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have 3D Touch on the screen and 12 megapixels behind the camera lens. Are the new features enough to get you to upgrade?
Apple unveiled iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, the 9th generation iPhones at a media event on September 9th, followed by the launch on September 25th. iPhone 6s Plus with 5.5-inch Retina HD display come with 3D Touch, which adds a new dimension to iPhone’s multitouch interface.
At a glance, Apple appears to have changed nothing in the transition from the iPhone 6 Plus to the 6S Plus. But looks can be deceiving. First of all, the iPhone 6S Plus might be less bendable (if you’re in the habit of trying to bend your new iPhone).