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The new iPhone 6s delivers a better gaming experience than the iPhone 6. This is a two-part improvement from 3D Touch and from the new Apple A9 processor. Check out a demo.

The processor makes it possible to deliver better looking game and to add in more AI controlled enemies in a demo on stage.



With 3D Touch gaming users can now take more control of the iPhone tapping, pressing and pressing harder to seamlessly control the game.

 

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. David Smith

    09/12/2015 at 5:48 pm

    lol,awesome,what a detailed splendid description about the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S case!I‘m one of those accustomed to using case to decorate and protect their phone and tending to find different case showing off their style are eager to making sure whether the latest iPhone 6S case accordingly launched or not and switching to looking for really fashion iPhone 6S case.I found a web on r/iPhone 6s from reddit with fashionable various iPhone 6S cases resourcing https://www.onu-mall.com/…/iphone…/iphone-6s-case/ ,the price seems to be reasonable over others,what’s your opinion,could you give me some recommendation,thank you very much!

  2. Exappleuser

    09/13/2015 at 9:32 pm

    Nothing Apple sucks!!!! After years of failures and corruption and glitches on updates I’m done with a overrated junk of apple I hope iOS 9 is so bad when people get the junk on the 25th …. Let the glitches go!!! And all the fanboys cry to the Apple Store LMAO!!!

  3. Mike

    09/14/2015 at 10:16 am

    The chart above shows the iPhone 6 only being available in 16GB and 64GB but I have a 128GB iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 storage options are no different than the 6s.

    • James

      09/26/2015 at 4:16 am

      Did you get the 128GB this week or before the iPhone 6s came out. It’s not available anymore. Read better.

  4. johnleyo

    09/25/2015 at 3:48 pm

    here is the iphone 6s batterry case : https://amzn.to/1M8SoCG

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