iPhone 5S rumours hint that the new smartphone might feature a better touch screen than its predecessors. iPhone 5 uses in-cell technology, which might have reduced the sensitivity of the smartphone slightly. Recent reports suggest that iPhone 5S will utilise Touch On, a new technology to improve iPhone touch screen interface.
The Touch On technology rumoured to be used in iPhone 5S will offer thin and durable screens with more touch sense capabilities. iPhone 5 was reported to have problems with rapid diagonal swipes, which might have resulted in Apple using the new technology.
Another rumour which is circulating is the use of Gorilla Glass 3 in the new iPhone employing Native Damage Resistance technology making it more durable. Corning is planning to show Gorilla Glass 3 at the CES 2013. The new offering from the firm is reported to be three times tougher than its predecessor and will incur 40 percent less visible scratches and provide 50 percent more shock resistant strength.
Developers recently found a code relating to a new iPhone, which led to the speculations about the new smartphone operating on iOS 7. The identifiers in the code read iPhone 6.1, thus leading to many rumours about the next offering from the California giant.
With new iPhone 5S rumours surfacing everyday the device seems to be on the rise even before its official confirmation. What do you think about the new Touch On technology being used in the next iPhone?