We are launching the biggest advancement in the history of iPhone.
Apple gave the iPhone a substantial refresh in 2014, which means that this year Apple will probably only update a few specs or color options to keep you interested.
That said, it never hurts to be optimistic.
I'm Donald Bell, and here are the top five features we could reasonably expect for iPhone 6s.
Starting off at number five, optical image stabilization.
On all models, not just the plus.
Apple threw this camera feature in last year, but only on the big boy.
This time around it would be great to see it on the standard model as well, so that your low light photos are razor sharp no matter how much you've had to drink.
At number four, wireless charging.
Now that the Apple Watch uses what we can technically call a wireless charger, maybe there's some hope for the iPhone as well.
I wouldn't hold my breath on this.
And even if Apple does go wireless, you just know they're gonna use some proprietary system that you can only get in a Jony Ive design, 14 karat gold charging bowl.
Coming in at number three, Force Touch.
This is a feature used on the Apple Watch and now with the trackpad on their paper-thin MacBook.
In spite of the molest-y sounding name, this is a cool trick that allows Apple to measure not just the on off press of a button or tap of a screen but a subtle range of pressures.
Incorporated into the iPhone screen and home button it could open up some new possibilities for nuanced control in haptic feedback.
At number two, a better battery.
According to Apple the new terraced battery designs for their Mac Book is a breakthrough in battery design.
It adds extra capacity in the same amount of space.
So it stands to reason that if Apple used this technology with the existing iPhone [UNKNOWN] design you have a longer lasting phone.
Instead, what they'll probably do is use it as a way to slim down the 2016 iPhone 7 while keeping battery life the same.
Because why make practical improvements on your product when you can needlessly make it thinner and more fragile, speaking of fragile our number one most wanted feature for the next iPhone is a Sapphire screen its the second hardest material on earth and if its good enough for the Apple Watch why not for th iPhone well probably because fragile phones are good business for Apple.
But, that doesn't mean you can't dream, right?
So there you go.
Five features you hope to see in the 2015 iPhone refresh.
For all the latest iPhone rumors, head over to phones.cnet.com.
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I'm Donald Bell.
Thanks for watching.
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