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There's always reason to get excited about new announcements from Apple. The reveal of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is no exception. Both devices are a step up from their predecessors and are the most advanced iPhones ever.

What's new?

  • Multi-Touch interface with 3D Touch – Senses the amount of pressure you apply to the display to allow you to do things faster and more easily.
  • Live Photos – Brings still images to life to create fun moving memories.
  • iOS 9 – Look out for improved search, Siri and privacy features. Built-in apps Notes and Maps have both been improved, while the brand-new News app promises a fantastic mobile reading experience.
  • Faster processor – The A9 processor sees a big performance increase and is the most advanced chip ever. Expect outstanding performance and great battery life.
  • Stronger glass – The glass on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is the strongest on any smartphone and features 7000-series aluminium. This is the same alloy used in the aerospace industry.
  • Better camera – The new devices have a 13MP camera, up from 8MP on the 6. There's also a 5MP front-facing camera, up from 1.2MP – a big improvement for selfie fanatics.

Get the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus 

Customers can pre-order the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus from 9 October 2015.

Pre-order the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus from Vodacom Online »  

If you're a Vodacom Business customer, pre-order here» 

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