There is a numerous leaks coming out for the upcoming iPhone 6. And now a latest leak comes out, and according to this latest report, which comes from china – The Apple will introduce a new haptic feedback technology in the iPhone 6, which has been long-rumored to come in two display size variants, 4.7 and 5.5-inch. The 5.5-inch model, based on previous leaks, is expected to be called the iPhone Air.
The latest report claimed that the new tactile feedback linear motor rumored to debut on the next iPhone is more ‘intelligent‘ and can emit various types of vibrations which depending on the pressed touchscreen area. The report also suggests that the new haptic motor being used on the new iPhone model will be about two to three times more expensive than the one used in the current generation iPhone 5s.
On the Internet a new video is trending which showing the front panel stress test of the upcoming iPhone 6 models, re-posted by Nowhereelse, has surfaced online. The video, much similar to the sapphire display scratch test video leaked on Tuesday, tests the front panel or rather the sapphire display on the upcoming iPhone 6 in the extreme conditions. In this video, you will find that the front panel of iPhone 6 is easily passed various tests against a hammer, nails and even a flexibility test (when bent to an extreme level), but it will crack when placed under a car’s tyre.
According to the old or earlier reports, which claimed that the upcoming 4.7-inch iPhone 6 models would be packed with a battery capacity between 1800mAh to 1900mAh, while its larger variant which has a size of 5.5-inch version iPhone 6 models will be packed with a 2500mAh battery. And there is an another report which claimed that the next iPhone might be able to measure temperature, air pressure, and altitude with the addition of a barometric sensor in the handset.