iPhone 6s Design Should Be Familiar
If you own the iPhone 6, you're familiar with its design. If you've never used the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, here's a recap: They're made of metal, they're both extremely thin, and they feature Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Get familiar with the design because Apple's not expected to introduce a redesign this year.
There probably won't be an iPhone 7 this year. Instead, Apple's "S" model is expected to retain last year's form factor. Not that that is a bad thing. The iPhone 6 design is extremely solid, one of the best smartphone designs on the market.
What this means is that the iPhone 6s Plus design should be thin, around 7.1mm thin, and fairly lightweight for a large phone. It also means that the iPhone 6s Plus will most likely be a lot bigger than the iPhone 6.
If you've ever compared the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 6 Plus, then you already should have a feel for the size difference between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Plus. If you haven't compared them, go do that now before the iPhone 6s Plus launch.
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