Gizmag compares the features and specs of the five iPhones Apple is now selling (from left to right): iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s. View gallery (45 images)
In the old days, Apple used to sell two different iPhones: the newest model, and the previous year's model at a lower price. A version of that same system is still in place today, only now it includes five total iPhones. Let's compare all the iPhones you'll be able to buy for the next year.
For each category, you'll see two rows of iPhones, in this order:
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone 6 Plus
You'll still see some wireless stores and retailers clearing out the iPhone 5c (or maybe even older iPhones) from their stock, but for the next year, it looks like these are the only five iPhones Apple will be selling.
|Apple Iphone 6|
The new iPhones 6s and 6s Plus have the same height and width as their 2014 predecessors, but they are each about 3 percent thicker, respectively, than the iPhones 6 and 6 Plus.
The iPhone 6s Plus is 12 percent heavier than the iPhone 6 Plus. And the iPhone 6s is 11 percent heavier than the iPhone 6.
What's going on – isn't Apple the company that worships at the altar of lightness and thinness? Well, wait a few categories and we'll get to why the new models went in the wrong direction this time.
All five phones have aluminum unibody cases, though the 2015 models have stronger (7000 series) aluminum than the 2014 ones, likely in response to the (overblown, if you ask us) "Bendgate" controversy from last year.
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