For Apple followers, iPhone is something to revere to. iPhone is a flagship product of Apple as customers have always adored all iPhones released till date.

On September 9th, Apple made some important product announcements like iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro, TV OS, WatchOS 2, and iPad mini 4. As people across the globe were keen to know more about iPhones, Apple actually disappointed the fans by speaking less about the two coveted devices.

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Things Apple Forget to Mention About iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
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Don’t Miss: iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Features

On the contrary, top executives from Apple kept reciting features of TV OS, which could have been wrapped up in a couple of seconds. As a matter of fact, Apple top brass clean forgot to speak about some important features of iPhones.

What They Missed

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus Battery Life

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Battery is one of the most important components of any smartphone as users like to explore so many features of Apple iPhone. People use internet, play games, view photos, listen to music, watch videos and more; all these activities consume lot of battery. Audience would love to get information like Stand-by time, talk-time and music play time – all this indicates strength of a battery of Apple iPhone.


At the event it was just announced that the new iPhone 6s Series will have latest A9X 3rd Generation 64-bit chipset, but for techies, this is just not enough. Clock-speed and number of cores were important parts that were missing in announcement.


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Same was the case with GPU; it was announced that the new iPhone 6s series will boast the latest M9 motion coprocessor, but clock speed and number of cores were missing. These might seem to be a less important, instead it’s one of the core information that decides the performance of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in a long run.

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During the event, Apple could have dedicated a few more minutes on the important features of iPhones, because these are the things that can tip the scale when a customer is making a buying decision. Hope, Apple will rectify this mistake in its next events.