We've been telling you about a lot of the enhancements that Apple is introducing in the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus that will be in stores on Sept. 25. (You can pre-order it now.)
There are features like 3D Touch, where it can sense how hard or soft you're touching the touch screen. It'll show you different content, based on that. Plus, the new iPhones will have more memory, and much better cameras than even the really good ones on the iPhone 6. The 6s and 6s Plus also have a new operating system, iOS 9.
However, there are a couple of really cool features that have people worried about their privacy. Specifically, have you heard about Live Photos? That is iPhone's new, mini-video feature. Just take a photo, and iPhone 6s and 6s Plus automatically capture 1.5 seconds before, and after your photo, capturing motion and sound. There's also the voice-activated personal assistant, Siri, who's now always listening.
With Live Photos, the concern is its always-on functionality. Turn on your iPhone camera, and you'll see an orange circle (it looks like a little sun). That's Live Photos, and it's on, unless you turn it off.