Leaks Again: iPhone 6s Display Assembly Revealed In New Photos

Claimed front panel images of the new yet-unannounced iPhone 6s surfaced in another incriment – showing what is suggested to be a display assembly for the upcoming Apple’s next iPhone – iPhone 6s?

Photo has appeared online which shows the handsets display, this time with the LCD panel in place. However, the photos do not confirm that the device will be equipped with Force Touch sensing as has been rumored, they do appear slightly different from the corresponding parts for the iPhone 6.

The iPhone 6S alleged to pose with a 4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1920x1080p dispplay, while the iPhone 6s Plus was said to have a 5.5-inch QHD display with 1440 pixel resolution screen. Further,  M.I.C Gadget shares a few photos of what it says is a prototype version of the iPhone 6s. The device is not shown turned on and the photos themselves do not reveal any differences compared to the iPhone 6, but nevertheless, the source claims the device measures 7.1mm thick, slightly thicker than the 6.9mm iPhone 6 and matching the 7.1mm iPhone 6 Plus.


Both handsets are expected to use a new Apple A9 processor which will provide improved performance and graphics. Apple will definitely upgrade the phone’s front-facing and rear camera, where it is said to get a Full HD FaceTime camera and a rear is said to pack a 12MP sensor with 4K video recorder and apparently designed to capture photos in low light.

Apple is pretty much planning to unveil both the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in September, alongside iOS 9 final version and OS X El Capitan 10.11.