The reviews are coming. Nilay Patel calls the iPhone 6S Plus the best phone in the market –he’s not alone– , but he adds: “Note that I said the 6S Plus, not the 6S.”
The main camera is “not so much intensely better than you’ll notice a difference if you’re just sharing them on Facebook“, and the front camera that matters more according to him (excuse me?).
On 3D Touch, “there aren’t a ton of rules for how anyone should use it outside of the peek and pop and quick action APIs” so he expect developers get the real sense of it.
I’m not sold to 3D Touch -let’s see if it really saves times and makes everything more convenient as it seems- and the camera isn’t that gorgeous (it was already great anyway), so as Patel says, don’t upgrade from the iPhone 6/Plus.
If you’ve got an older model, though, the update makes sense for iOS lovers. But not for the camera or the 3D Touch technology.
It’s because the size.
That’s the only compelling reason to jump to the new iPhones. It was the reason too for the previous models, so no big news here.
Update: Take a look at John Gruber’s review of the iPhone 6s. It’s really good. Honest, consistent.
Source: iPhone 6S review | The Verge