With the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in September 2014 Apple, for the first time ever Apple gave us two high-end phones and a real choice to consumers. With all of that success, we’re all interested now in how Apple can follow this up with its next smartphones. We’re concentrating on the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus here, as it seems, given previous form, that these will be the next handsets. For bigger changes, we’re most likely going to have to wait until 2015 with the launch of the iPhone 7.
The iPhone 6 isn’t cheap and it already looks pretty great, but if you’ve got the money to spare you can get a far more expensive version.
Brikk, a company behind various luxury modified iPhones, has announced the Lux iPhone 6 Diamond Select, a phone which comes in a choice of 24k yellow gold, 24k pink gold or 950 platinum.
Whichever option you choose it will also be encrusted with conflict free diamonds along all four edges, the top and bottom strips at the back and even the entire Apple logo. On the iPhone 6 that amounts to 9.24 carats of diamonds, while on the iPhone 6 Plus it’s 12.8 carats.
Take a look at the latest concept images of the iPhone 6S, and read all of the latest iPhone 6S rumours
Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may be just a few months old, but that hasn’t stopped Apple watchers from looking ahead now that 2015 has arrived and wondering what Apple’s smartphone plans for the year might be. Here, we round up all of the rumours about the iPhone 6’s successor, dubbed iPhone 6S, including release date rumours, specs and new features.