While we are few months away from Apple Inc to introduce next generation iPhone (likely to be iPhone 6S), T-Mobile has already announced some new plans to create a distortion in the US-cellular industry. T-Mobile announced that users who will be buying the new iPhone 6 today would be getting a free update to upcoming iPhone, without any change in the existing plans or any other surcharge.
All you need to do is get an iPhone 6, a plan that sits well in your pocket and wait till the Apple releases the new iPhone. No extra charge, no deposit and you are go to go. Also, the customers who jump to this plan will have priority to get the new iPhone 6S in exchange of its predecessor.
T-Mobile is also giving a free streaming to the Apple Music service through its Music Freedom Promotion. The MFS is a program started by the cellular company itself which allows the users to stream unlimited music without worrying about the usage of 4G LTE data limits. The company has already partnered with Apple Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio and more to provide free streaming service. Users only have to pay for the streaming service subscription and everything else is handled by the T-Mobile – Another good reason to go for the T-Mobile services.
Apart from that, several Apple iPhone 6S (or we say iPhone 7) leaks have already started to emerge giving us a sneak peek on the upcoming design. The overall design from the outer side looks no unfamiliar territory and is similar to the iPhone 6. However, there have been considerable enhancements under the hood.
Apple Inc has been rumored to have the iPhone 6S as next Force Touch enabled device, and analysts are quite skeptical whether Apple is going to call the next iPhone the 6S or 7 (Things have changed a lot after Steve Jobs). The device will also sport the next generation A10 processors and motion coprocessors.
Rumors suggest that there have been slight improvements in the TouchID to enforce the precision on the Apple Pay technology. One major upgrade we can see here is the bump in the camera quality, previously which was only limited to 8MP, Apple may now upgrade the rear snapper with a 12MP sensor – amazing photographs now can’t wait for the iPhone 6S.
Apple Inc is also expected to introduce the next version of the Apple Watch later this year along with a 12-inch iPad Pro. iPhone 6S/7 is expected to be announced in the month of September, and it is going to be the biggest iPhone order ever for the Cupertino giant.