5 Exciting iPhone 6s Features

There are five standout iPhone 6s features that users will experience as soon as they open the new iPhone and start using iOS 9 on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus share all these new features, so you don’t need to worry about choosing one and missing out on a new feature that really stands out to you.

Advertisement

The iPhone 6s release date will finally put the new iPhones in your hand and they will run iOS 9, but there are new features that you will not find on older iPhones.

Even though there are a lot of exciting iOS 9 features coming to the iPhone, these are only available on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

Check out the most exciting iPhone 6s features.

Check out the most exciting iPhone 6s features.

Advertisement

[contextly_sidebar id=”Gv6v4qDB6UmYsCsDfIX8t8nPVYCA0SQD”]The iPhone 6s release date is September 25th and you can buy both models on Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T at carrier stores, the Apple Store and at other retailers like Best Buy.

Advertisement

After reading through the iPhone 6s reviews, exploring the new iPhone 6s features and looking at what the new iPhone can do we want to highlight the most exciting new iPhone 6s features.

The iPhone 6s is $199 on a two-year contract or roughly $27 a month and the iPhone 6s Plus is $299 on contract or roughly $31 a month.

Here are the standout features that we think will sell you on the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus to replace your old iPhone in 2015.

New iPhone Controls with 3D Touch

1 / 5
New iPhone Controls with 3D Touch

The iPhone 6s display can now tell the difference between a tap, a press and a deep press. At first this sounds like something you might never use, but it offers up insanely fast shortcuts from the home screen to contacts, your camera, a message thread, directions and that's just the start.

Advertisement

The new Peek and Pop options that exist within apps will allow you to do more without leaving an app.

A light press will Peek at an email, preview a website, view photos  you just took, look at a map and more.

A deeper press will Pop into the email, website, photo, map or more so you can use that app just like if you had opened it up directly.


When you press on your keyboard you can use it to select text, a press on the left side of the home screen can open multitasking and you can make pressure sensitive drawings.

Developers can also add support for 3D Touch into third-party apps like games, so you will get more control over games, without taking your finger off the screen.

1 / 5