Familiar and yet different, that was my first thought when I picked up the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Apple’s tick-tock upgrade path for its smartphone does mean the “s” variants tend to look a whole lot like – if not identical to – their predecessors, but there’s enough in the mix to keep things more than interesting.
Perhaps it’s a misconception from knowing the materials themselves have changed, but the 7000-type aluminum does feel a little different to the fingertips. Nonetheless, we’re still talking a solid chunk of glass and metal, with neat detailing and high attention to construction.
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