- Nov 27, 2012
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It's hard to believe it, but we are already getting closer to the moment when Apple will release its newest iPhone, a device that many believe to bear the 6S moniker. And, just as it happens every time, rumors and speculation have started appearing everywhere.
Today we're talking about a fresh report coming from well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. His research note was first published by Japanese website Macotakara and it claims that Apple's next-generation iPhone will take a few design cues from the Apple Watch and will make use of a stronger aluminum.
The analyst claims that the next iPhone will come with Force Touch display, a technology already available on the latest MacBook 12" and MacBook Pro lineup, as well as on the Apple Watch.
Ming-Chi Kuo also believes that Apple will be using the Series 7000 aluminum for the iPhones, which is up to 60% tougher than the current aluminum alloy. The next iPhones are also rumored to launch in Rose Gold in addition to Space Gray, Silver and Gold.