Mobilink in collaboration with Apple has announced to launch the highly anticipated iPhone 6s and 6s Plus smartphones for customers across Pakistan. Available for sale from November 13th, 2015 across the country, the devices can be pre-ordered by customers from their nearest Mobilink Business Centers. The launch is in line with Mobilink’s strategy of introducing the latest devices to the market, and provides customers an opportunity to experience the Telco’s superior 3G and voice services on the most advanced iPhones till date.
“An iPhone continues to be a highly aspirational smartphone for the growing urban smartphone users,” said Aamer Manzoor, Head of Data – Mobilink, while commenting on the launch. “The launch of 3G services in Pakistan has made inroads to consistently introduce the most appealing and innovative handsets. This collaboration with Apple vastly enhances Mobilink’s 3G device portfolio in the market, and empowers our customers to use next generation mobile services with unprecedented mobile experience and the best data offers on the go.”
The iPhone 6s is described as being a vastly improved version of all previous designs, with Apple CEO, Tim Cook stating that “even if the iPhone 6s may look familiar, we have changed everything about these new iPhones”. Available with the same 4.7 and 5.5-inch Retina displays, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus have the same exterior design as the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, however the hardware and technology of the 6s and 6s plus have been thoroughly updated. The exterior body and screen has also been upgraded and is now stronger and more durable than any previous-generation iPhone. Other new features that stand out are the new second-generation Touch ID module that makes fingerprint detection twice as fast, and the introduction of a 3D Touch feature, which Apple is calling “the future of Multi-Touch.” These new iPhones also boast of new camera features i.e. an innovative new feature called ‘Live Photos’, which captures 1.5 seconds of movement before and after a photo is taken to display short animations and sound.