iPhone talks is always on customer lips. Customers are very much exciting about what their next iPhone carry for them. The next iPhone models, expected to be called the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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We are hoping some major changes by the company in these two upcoming devices. Might be these two handset feature no camera bump, and be slightly bigger in size than previous models.

According to news reveal the next iPhone models would be sporting stronger Series 7000 aluminum, which is said to be 60 percent tougher than the current aluminum alloy being used in Apple Watch Sports Edition. The blog cites noted KGI analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo. The smartphone might also be 0.15mm longer and 0.2mm thicker than the current models. Some more about the report is as follows:

The report claims the next iPhone models to launch in Rose Gold colour variant, besides the regular Space Gray, Silver and Gold colour variants. The smartphones are said to feature a finish similar to the 18K Rose Gold Apple Watch Edition.

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The 0.2mm thickness is being speculated to be included because of the Force Touch feature for the handset’s display. Kuo had already tipped the inclusion of the feature last month. We already have seen the feature in Apple Watch wearable, and the new 12-inch MacBook. Moreover, reports from last month showcasing iOS 9 hinted Apple’s plans to bring the feature in future handsets. It is yet to be detailed how the function would work on the handset.

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Apple is reportedly also planning to completely eliminate the camera bump from the upcoming iPhone models. A couple of previous reports have stressed on the fact that Apple’s next iPhone model will feature major upgrade in the camera department, with one claiming that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will include a 12-megapixel rear camera instead of the 8-megapixel camera seen in last four generation iPhones.

A report from last week even suggested the smartphones to sport a FaceTime camera with support for recording 1080p videos and capturing 240fps slow-mo videos at 720p.

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Source: independent.co