Apple’s new iPhone is most likely to make an appearance in September along with iOS 9, and as with any upcoming release we are past the concept art and speculation stage, now with are in the unconfirmed photos stage.
The latest round of leak suggest that it will be a small update. It also puts to bed some of the more “out there” theories. The iPhone 6S, as it’s believed it be called, will be the same exact dimensions as the iPhone 6, according to photos obtained by 9to5Mac.
That’s a relief to case and accessory makers all over, and follows the status quo. Apple stuck to the same dimensions with the iPhone 5 and 5S, and before that the iPhone 4 and 4S.
This leak is supposed to be the 4.7-inch iPhone 6S with a fancy external metal casing, there is still the possibility we will see a 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus with a different thickness or width.
One of the biggest iPhone 6S rumors in recent weeks said that we could see a dual-lens camera on the back of the smartphone, like those we already see on the HTC One M8. A dual-lense camera is a great way to increase the quality of digital zoom and allow for more light to reach the camera sensor. The rear shell in today’s photos look identical to those found on last year’s iPhone 6, so it appears this rumour was nothing more than a rumour.
The camera, microphone and LED flash holes seem identical. The same can be said about the headphone jack, microphone, Lightning port and mono speaker holes. Apple aren’t going to be releasing the same phone though surely? The iPhone 6S is likely to boast plenty of internal changes and “improvements”.
We spoke recently about the possibility that Force Touch display may be coming to the iPhone, the pressure-sensitive feature currently featured on the Apple Watch screen and the New MacBook trackpad.
iPhone 6S specs are likely to include the next-in-line Apple A9 processor and Apple M9 motion co-processor, all backed up by a 2GB of RAM, a first for an iPhone. Expect to see a lot more new slowly leaking out in the next couple of months.
Credit to: 9to5Mac