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Mossberg: The iPhone 6S keeps Apple on top in the smartphone race

Apple's job every year is to bring out a new iPhone with enough improvements to justify an upgrade, a new purchase, or a switch from a competing phone. This year, the company has done it again with the iPhone 6S, adding core new features including a screen that detects the pressure of your touch and uses that knowledge to make navigation easier and faster.

The new iPhone 6S, which goes on sale Friday with its larger cousin, the 6S Plus, doesn't have scores of big changes when compared to last year's iPhone 6 series. In fact, the new model looks just like its predecessor, as is typical for iPhones in their every-other-year S model cycle.

But it does have a small set of new capabilities that I consider fundamental, core improvements. These...

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