Latest leaks of the yet-unannounced iPhone 6s gives us our first look at the front panel of the purported new iPhone design. Alleged to be the rear casing of the upcoming iPhone 6s, but naturally it’s now the turn of the front of Apple’s next-generation iPhone to make an appearance. French website Nowhereelse.fr has grabbed and shared a photograph of waht so called to be the front panel f Apple’s next smartphone. Previous leaks from Insiders supply chain have although provided us with a chance to see the small changes made to the internal structure of the next iPhones casing, but this will be the first time we have actually seen the front panel and display of waht we will witness this fall.
The outer casing of the front panel looks exactly the same as the iPhone 6 last year. Publishing site claims that the images were actually acquired from an “informant” who also seemingly has fairly intricate knowledge of Apple’s supply chain and manufacturing plans. As well as providing the images, the source has also suggested that the front panel and other parts are already in production and close to be in a position to distribute to Apple’s assembly partners to be used in the production of the Silver and Gold iPhone 6s handsets.
It is extremely uncertain whether or not the rumors surrounding the integration of Force Touch are true. Force Touch has been tipped to be one of the big marketable features of the iPhone 6s and is likely to be a part of Apple’s ecosystem and plans for most of their devices going forward after including it in Apple Watch and recently introduced with 12-inch MacBook release.
This particular evolution of Apple’s smartphone will pretty much be identical to the current model, as is usually the case with “S” upgrades. Apart that from the small internal changes due to a number of component improvements, it’s highly apparent that the external aethetics of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will differ at all form what we already have in our hands.
While the physical appearance of the upcoming phone will remain identical with the current device, Apple is expected to make changes to a number of materials used in the manufacturing process. Any changes made, certainly won’t alter the layout of the phone but will likely offer significant strength and durability improvements in the hope of avoiding another ‘bendgate’ saga that befell the iPhone 6 Plus.
Rumors although indicate that the new iPhones will have an upgraded A9X quad-core processor and 2GB RAM. Furthermore, it will come with faster LTE, better battery, 12-megapixel rear camera that supports 4k videos and a 5-megapixel FaceTime camera that supports 1080p recording. Recent report claims that Apple might be killing the 16GB variant to make 32GB as initial base model. Also plans to manufacture between 85-to-90 million iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus units this year.
(source: Nowhereelse.fr )