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What do you want most from the iPhone 6S? (poll)

It's new-iPhone time and Apple fans are rooting for fresh features like Force Touch, a mini version or the color pink.

This time last year we were all sitting around speculating about the iPhone 6, wondering if a big version would be announced.

It might feel like you're stuck in "Groundhog Day," because we're at it again, pondering what features the iPhone 6S will sport when Apple unveils the new smartphone at its Wednesday event in San Francisco.

Rumor watchers seem to think the 6S will be more of an evolution than a revolution, meaning most likely there won't be big, splashy features like the 6 Plus delivered with its grande sizing.

But buzz will be buzz, so there's plenty of talk of Apple going in the opposite direction from the Plus by offering an iPhone Mini with a 4-inch screen as a shout-out to yesteryear when iPhones were relatively tiny. Some people are nostalgic for those days.

One feature that constantly floats to the top of the rumor pool is Force Touch, which would bring pressure sensitivity combined with haptic feedback into the mix. You would no longer just swipe at your device's touchscreen, but instead press into it and feel it respond.

As usual, we can look forward to some bumps in specs, with the likelihood of an upgraded camera and a new processor for more speed and power. The topic of longer battery life once again has come up and iPhone fans may get it courtesy of the new low-power mode in iOS 9, the next major update of Apple's mobile operating system.

If specs and design features don't wow you, maybe some new color choices will. There's a chance this fresh batch of iPhones could come in colors we haven't seen before. Pink has been mentioned. Apple could even step into the bling game with a 14-karat-gold "Edition" version made to go with the top-of-the-line Apple Watch.

Which of these upgrades would you most like to see in the iPhone 6S? Vote in our poll and talk it out in the comments. Then check out CNET's live coverage of the 10 a.m. PT event on Wednesday.