The iPhone 6S Plus features a strengthened unibody and an upgraded CPU, 3D Touch, an improved fingerprint sensor, 12-megapixel camera, and a 4.7” Retina HD display. The 6S and 6S Plus took the smartphone world by storm when they were first released for its sleek and modern design and its focus on the most-loved features by smartphone users.
We like chips - The iPhone 6S Plus’ A9 Chip, that is.
There’s a reason the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus became Apple’s flagship phone just days after its global launch. One of the show-stopping features included is the A9 chip. The built-in A9 chip improves the 6S’ performance and speed compared to the iPhone 6.
You get “desktop-level performance” with the A9 chip. The A9 has two cores, developed for the 6S to be 70% faster than the 6. The graphics processing unit (GPU) is a whopping 90% faster than before. App launches are faster, data loading is smoother and because your phone performs more efficiently, you save on battery life too.
Speak Screen reads anything that’s being displayed on your phone.
Assistive Touch helps users who have difficulty pressing buttons, applying 3D Touch and pinch-to-zoom on an iPhone or iPad. The feature provides an onscreen button which can be tapped instead of having to physically press it on the side.
Closed captions were created for users who are deaf or hard of hearing. Closed captions are also known as subtitles for video or audio material.
Switch Control is for users who have very little mobility and allows them to control their iPhone or iPad using moves as small as a blowing, blinking or clicking a button. Other devices such as a joystick can work with Switch Control.
Type to Siri is useful for people unable to speak. One can type a query to Siri instead of saying it.
This feature allows users to type a message on their screen and have the iPhone read the text out aloud.
The dictation feature allows a user to verbally relay a message while the iPhone types it out. This may be helpful for users who have impairments with their hands or fingers.
Real-time text (RTT) allows users with hearing impairments to type and send a conversational text while on the phone
Zoom allows users to magnify their screen making text and the overall appearance larger and easier to read. One can magnify the screen up to 15 times its original size.