The best 3D Touch-enabled apps available for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

26 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

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When you open the camera app, the iPhone continually records video in the background, though it’s immediately discarded if you do nothing. It might have been the most unusual customer to ever appear at Apple’s Palo Alto store, but not entirely out of place in the heart of Silicon Valley. Brianna Lempesis in San Diego was inside the machine, a Beam telepresence robot that’s capable of trundling around on wheels and videoconferencing with anyone it meets. The new smartphone—available today—is packed with features, including an improved Touch ID home button, 5-megapixel FaceTime HD camera, and Retina HD display with 3D Touch.

Lempesis works for Suitable Technologies, the company that sells the robot, and her presence in line at Palo Alto was more to generate publicity for the product than anything else. In an iFixit first, before digging into the new device, the company used its (er, Creative Electron’s) X-ray vision to take a peek at the iPhone’s innards (below). Scavenging further, the teardown revealed the new 3D Touch display assembly, opposite the home button, which, absent of solder or adhesive, should be an easy DIY fix. “So far, no real evidence of any chip responsible for the ‘faster and better than ever’ Touch ID, but hey, if Apple said so it must be true,” iFixit said. In addition to the iPhone itself, the robot was clearly the star of the launch and was pursued by cameras as it navigated the store and came back outside.

After the purchase, the iPhone was put into a bag and placed onto a hook on the side of the robot, making it easy pickings for a thief—but Lempesis said she isn’t worried. The company has a store on University Avenue, a short walk from the Apple Store, and robots can often be seen on the street trying to engage passersby in chit-chat. But be careful when shoving your charger or headphone plug in. “While the Lightning cable assembly is a fine example of engineering efficiency, it doesn’t bode well for repairs,” iFixit said. “A single broken component means the whole cable will need to be replaced.” Overall, the iPhone 6s earned a hearty seven-out-of-10 on the company’s repairability scale, thanks in part to simple display and battery removal.

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