So is it fair to say that the S cycle versions are more like the 'proper' versions of the iPhone? Other than an outer redesign and a slight spec bump, there wasn't much difference between the 5S and the 6. All that was new was the redesign, a bit faster and Apple Pay. The 6S however includes the redesign, even faster, double the RAM, 3D Touch, new camera, 4K video etc. And from what it looks like, the 7 will be of a similar design, minus the headphone jack, same strengthened aluminium, same specs as the 6S, new slightly faster, more efficient CPU, potential dual camera system in the Plus model. Granted these are rumours, but would you say it's fair to say that the S cycle are what Apple intended the latest iPhone to be? I ordered an SE to replace my 6 Plus, but cancelled it with screen size doubt. Considering jumping into the S cycle.