Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities and usually hit more than fail in their predictions, tells of a significant leap in future iPhone, which will not be called iPhone 6S, but iPhone 7 will be released along withe iPhone 6c with polycarbonate shell and 4-inch display. The analyst confirms instead the integration of technology Force Touch into iPhone 6S, albeit with a different operation than expected in Apple Watch and MacBook. The support for the technology in question constitutes a significant novelty enough to skip the appointment “S” in the next-gen of Apple smartphone.
The application of this technology is not at all new to Apple, which has also included in Apple Watch and is one of the highlights of the smart watch company. According to Kuo these improvements will also progress in 2016 and that metal shielding design will be even less thick deleted. It does not give much more data, but suggests that the current two sizes of 4.7 and 5.5 inches be maintained, and there will be upgrade to 4-inch models to date had been involved in Cupertino.
In new generation iPhone, however, the technology Touch Force would be appointed to draw the contact area to determine the amplitude of the pressure exerted with the fingers and not, therefore, to detect in a direct way the intensity of the pressure itself [via MacRumors]