Apple Introduces iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus: with 3D Touch and the new cameras

iphone6Apple unveiled the latest generation of the iPhone in the form of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Rumors have been swirling for the past few months, with suggestions that Apple would integrate a Force Touch Display, update the devices’ cameras, and use a more powerful processor.

Yes, the new iPhones have 3D Touch, which is Apple’s implementation of force sensitivity on the screen.

As can be expected from an ‘s’ year, the next-generation iPhones don’t look all that different from last year’s models. However, the innards have been significantly tweaked.

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Apple to start selling SIM-free (Unlocked) iPhone 6 & 6 Plus in the U.S.

iphone appleApple will start selling fully unlocked, SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models in the United States beginning tomorrow, Jan. 6th, according to several sources.

Currently, Apple sells the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the U.S. either via a carrier contract or unlocked on T-Mobile. The pricing will be the same as an unlocked T-Mobile iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 starting at $649 and going all the way up to $949 depending on screen size and choice of storage space.

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WhatsApp update shows read receipts, leaked image suggests future VOIP feature

whatsAppCheckMarksAlthough this isn’t an actual update to the app, WhatsApp is now sporting a nifty new feature that—although small—might make a big difference in how users of the messaging app stay in touch with their friends. Single check mark, Double check mark and Blue check mark.

As can be found in the app’s newly-updated FAQ, group chat and broadcast messages are also impacted by this change. As mentioned, this feature isn’t part of an update to the app through the App Store, but rather something that the company has pushed over-the-air to both iOS and Android versions of the app.

This change comes shortly after rumors have reignited that WhatsApp will soon be getting some amount of VOIP (Voice over IP) capability, which would let users make—assumably—free telephone calls via WiFi or cellular.