Apple’s latest in its category-defining line of smartphones has launched, and AustralianT3 presents the ultimate guide!
That’s the iPhone 6s in case you were wondering, not that you could’ve missed it splashed across the front of the cover, and it’s a curious upgrade. Where revisions of hardware are generally lighter and slimmer, the 6s is like a Rolls-Royce Phantom – larger but faster, and every bit as luxurious as you might expect. The brandnew 3D touch feature shows that there’s still a lot of surprises to come from smartphones yet, and we cover everything that Apple’s new phone does in great detail on page 32.
In fact, being bigger and faster seems to be a trend for Apple, as you’ll see in our iPad Pro review (p70), the tablet that’s gunning for the – almost literal – big boys in the laptop space. Not to be outdone, Microsoft’s Surface Book (p11) steps up, and this touch-screen laptop hybrid certainly looks like it’s doing everything it can to shock Apple to its core.
Away from the screen and into the electric dream, as we test three cars that ditch fossil fuels completely. Electric cars once seemed like the stuff of fantasy, but as the likes of wunderkind Tesla has proved, they are the future, and it’s happening right now. You’ll find out more on page 46.
Finally, long-time readers will willw notice the face to the right has changed. Hello, it’s a pleasure to meet you, and I’m thrilled to be taking charge of the good ship T3. I’d also like to extend my thanks to outgoing editor Rob for his fine work, and I dare say you’ll still see his name crop up in these pages yet.
Enjoy the issue.