Apple’s September 2015 Preview – iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, iPad Pro, iPad Mini 4 and Apple TV
As expected, Apple is preparing for its upcoming September 2015 event which will take place at one of the biggest conference halls from the town center of San Francisco. We’re talking about the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, where Apple’s CEO Tim Cook will probably announce the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones, along with the new Apple TV and iPads.
One of the biggest new features that will be announced at this upcoming event will be the Force Touch technology which will be found on the upcoming iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus devices.
The new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will also receive a new primary camera with an increased resolution of 12MP, which is quite a big update from the 8MP camera which was used since the iPhone 4.
The secondary camera will also be upgraded from 1.2MP to 5MP, which means that from now on, you will be able to take awesome selfies. The processor will be also upgraded from A8 to A9 and the RAM capacity will be increased to 2GB.
Along with these two new smartphones, Apple will release its new version of Apple TV and two new versions of iPads. It seems that the American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, is trying to diversify its profit base by releasing many new variants for its devices.
It seems that the developers will be able to create applications for the upcoming Apple TV, as this new device will support them. In addition, the new Apple TV will support Siri and it will feature a new interface along with a new search feature, which will allow you to search for movies in the HBO or Netflix systems, at the same time.
As we’ve told you above, Apple is preparing to release two new iPads. The new iPad Pro will feature a 12.9-inch display, while the iPad Mini 4 will probably feature the same screen size as the iPad Mini 3 (7.9-inch).
September is usually a busy month for Apple and we’re sure that this year will be the same. Are you considering purchasing any of these upcoming devices?