Lots of reports have appeared in the online world related to the release date of Apple’s new flagship device, iPhone 6, but now the spotlight has been shifted to its features and specifications. The new smartphone would reportedly be having several exciting and new features, including temperature, pressure and humidity sensors.
Samsung had already installed barometer, temperature and humidity sensors in its already launched Galaxy S4. It was earlier believed that iPhone 5S would be having these similar features but it never happened. Apple has now made up its mind to introduce these features in its upcoming flagship device.
Sun Chang Xu, analyst at ESM-China, has mentioned that Apple will take the next step in the “sensor department” by installing pressure, temperature and humidity sensors. It has also been reported earlier that the iPhone 6 would come with a Healthbook application that will show health stats like blood pressure, heart rate, hydration, glucose levels and others.
iPhone 6 is likely to have plenty of new features upon its release and will give run for money to its close competitor Samsung in the smartphone market.
iPhone 6 is believed to be available in a 4.7/4.8′ or 5.5′ display having a pixel resolution of 1920×1080 and pixel density of 440ppi, or a 2272×1280 pixel resolution and 510ppi pixel density. The smartphone would be powered by A8 chip (64-bit) and would operate on iOS 7.2, according to South Korean brokerage KDB Daewoo Securities. Apple’s upcoming flagship smartphone is also likely to have more exciting features, including scratch-free sapphire crystal glass screen.