Apple's tagline for the new iPhone is "The only thing that’s changed is everything" and they're right, well, for the most part. As with previous "S" updates, the design remains unchanged, but the real upgrades lie inside the phone with big updates to the cameras, processors, and even the fingerprint reader.
One of the biggest updates that everyone will be talking about is the "3D Touch" panel that is similar to the way the Apple Watch screen works where the deeper you press and new actions reveal themselves such as previewing a photo, e-mail, a website, or press down on an app icon to get quick access to your most used features.
The camera is getting a big upgrade with a new 12MP sensor that is capable of capturing 4K video and a new feature called Live Photos that captures the moments before you take a picture adding motion to your photo library. You'll also find a brand new A9 processor with upgraded graphics and CPU performance, a new and stronger casing made from their 7000-series aluminum found in their watches, faster Touch ID, and even faster LTE and WiFi connectivity.
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