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[* black] It’s finally time to see what this ''[http://jonyivesvoice.com/|revolutionary|new_window=true]revolutionary'' new iPhone has in store for us.
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[* black] At a glance, the 6s is the spitting image of its older sibling, but there's a lot more to it than meets the eye. Here's some of what's under the hood:
[* black] Improved Touch ID home button
[* black] 5 MP FaceTime HD Camera
[* black] Retina HD Display with 3D Touch
[* icon_note] Laid out side-by-side, there are few notable differences between the two—sans the new Rose Gold enclosure.
[* black] Upon closer inspection, the 6s is a hair larger than the 6 (138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm vs. 138.1 x 67.0 x 6.9 mm), and it's stamped with a new model number: A1688.
[* black] The 6s has also packed on a bit of weight when compared to its older sibling, weighing in at 143 grams vs. the 6's 129 grams.