Apple’s iPhone 6S and 6S Plus: The reviews are in

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Apple iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus review: Better photos, animated shots in new iPhones.

Before they do, however, the gadget-heads got their hands on free models from the company and put them through their paces the last week or so, and are now chiming in with their reviews.Although the iPhone is already among the best smartphones for everyday shots, images from previous iPhones haven’t been as sharp as what rival cameras produce. While S-year iPhones don’t get the hardware overhauls that primary models do, Apple has a habit of packing in dramatic new features that make those off-year releases an arguably better buy. The biggest fundamental change here and the thing that may become a core feature of iPhones and maybe even other phones going forward, is that hey’ve actually added a pressure sensitive screen, and hat gives you a whole new range of navigation.

The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models address that, with 50 percent more detail, while introducing animation for still images and brighter low-light selfies. The people who have already reviewed the device all say that in their own way. “If you have an iPhone 6, you won’t be overly jealous of those who get a 6s — maybe just a tad envious of those Live Photos. It responds to a light touch to peek or a deeper press to pop into apps or content. “3D Touch is something I think you’ll ultimately embrace, but don’t expect to master it immediately, even with subtle touch feedback,” said USA Today’s Ed Baig. “Even after several days, I sometimes pressed too hard or too gently or wasn’t precise enough.

But, if you own an older iPhone, or an Android phone you’re ready to ditch, this new iPhone will make you much happier.” “The iPhone 6 was already a spectacularly great phone. For example, on the iPhone 6 when I press along the left side of the display to get to a multitasking view, I sometimes inadvertently summoned a search screen instead. Samsung is a great company, their phones are quality products, but Smasung does not control the software platform and the hardware platform, they cannot unify these things.

Then again, when I went to my 6 Plus, I missed not having 3D Touch.” “I’m already using it constantly, and I am impressed with how good it is at interpreting the force of my touch,” wrote Buzzfeed’s John Paczkowski. “It’s very much an Apple innovation—a seemingly subtle change so thoughtfully executed that it proves transformative.” But 3D Touch only works with Apple’s native apps right now, which The Verge’s Nilay Patel thinks is a problem. But developers now have access to the 3D Touch API, and we expect to see them make use of pressure-sensitivity in interesting ways. “This sort of impossibly tight integration of hardware and software is what Apple does best, and it is ridiculously impressive in action,” Patel wrote. “In actual use, though, it’s kind of easy to forget about 3D Touch, because only a selection of Apple’s apps support it right now. Those cameras also shoot what Apple calls Live Photos, a feature that could easily be a novelty but it is apparently impressive in person. “Live Photos are great,” Buzzfeed’s Paczkowski said. “I was fully prepared to dismiss them as an S-year gimmick. Apple says people are not bumping up against the limit, but the pictures on this phone take up twice as much space as the previous pictures, even if you have cloud, I just think 16 gigs need to be upped to 32.

Rowling’s descriptions of the moving images in the Potterverse’s newspaper. “There is a short learning curve for Live Photos,” the New York Times’ Brian X. And the iPhone 6s doesn’t deliver that,” Stern wrote. “The 4.7-inch 6s will get you through the day, but you’ll struggle to make it til bedtime with moderate to heavy use. Inside, the chips are laid out differently to improve battery performance and let you activate the Siri voice assistant simply by saying, “Hey, Siri.” In the past, the phone had to be plugged in for that. With Live Photos and 4K videos, your phone will fill up even more quickly, even with better compression to compensate for the higher resolution and animation.

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