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    Business tech
    10 November 2015

    Vodacom

    iPhone 6s business tips

    We take a closer look at the new iPhone 6s and see what it can bring to your business.

    The new iPhone 6s is a gorgeous piece of tech: it’s slim, light, boasts curved edges and a covetable new rose-gold colour. But looks aside, is it a good choice for conducting business?
    In a recent review, Businessnewsdaily.com gave it 4.5 out of 5 stars. 

    Here’s why:

    3D Touch

    3D Touch is a new functionality that’s a real game-changer. By applying varying pressure on the screen you can open previews in Safari and Mail, meaning you’ll save a lot of time and be able to work more efficiently.

    Bright display

    The iPhone 6s has a remarkably bright display. What this means is that it’s much easier to see what’s happening on the screen if you are outdoors or in bright light.

    Fast processor

    The A9 processing chip in the iPhone 6s makes it the fastest smartphone on the market. Opening files, switching between apps and overall performance gets a massive boost, again, making everything quicker. 

    Great camera

    The 5MP front camera is great for videoconferencing. It’s powerful enough and even if you’re in an office’s low light, your video will be excellent quality.

    Loads of space

    There’s a serious amount of storage on the iPhone 6s: you can choose 16GB, 64GB or a 128GB model – that’s more than enough for all the apps, downloads, files, images and videos you’ll need to access for work.

    iOS 09 

    With the new phone comes a new iOS9 operating system. 

    Siri, the virtual assistant app is much improved, and you can get push alerts for meetings and appointments. 

    Notes is also updated with the new iOS9, and the Low Power Mode is a clever way to extend the battery life. 

    As far as the keyboard goes, it has easier access to features. 

    All in all, there are a myriad small improvements in the new iPhone 6s that add up to make a huge improvement in the user experience. 

    Vodacom