Apple has began production of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and now we get a look at the possible first photo of the front panel from inside the factory. Nowhereelse.fr shares this front panel image, which reiterates that changes in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are only likely to be under the hood. Also Read - iPhone 13 to come with faster charging as compared to iPhone 12Also Read - Apple TV Plus for free: PS5 owners get six months subscription free of cost
The outer casing of the front panel looks exactly the same as the iPhone 6 last year. Past leaks have also pretty much established the fact that Apple is releasing two smartphones the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in September, with minimal design iterations from the outside. The latest image leak however confirms the absence of front flash, a heavily rumored feature found in the iOS 9 source code files. Also Read - This photo shot with iPhone X by an Indian wins iPhone Photography Awards
The front panel and the rear casing are reportedly being made with much stronger material to avoid the embarrassing Bendgate controversy from cropping up again this year. The front panel leak reiterates the fact that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are already in production.
Previous rumors 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.
There are reports claiming that Apple might finally scrap the 16GB variant to make 32GB as the base storage option, but few reports state (albeit disappointingly) that the 16GB variant may just be continued.
Lastly, reports also suggest that Apple is quite bullish about the prospects of the forthcoming iPhones. The company has placed its biggest ever order to its manufacturers, between 85 million to 90 million units of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus combined.