Apple is all set to unveil the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in September, but before that happens leaks revealing details about the flagships have been pouring in almost every day. Adding to the large pile, is this new drawing leak coming from Engadget Japan, which reveals a slightly thicker iPhone 6s. Also Read - Apple iPad 8th Gen review: A sweet “second” PCAlso Read - Apple to increase prices of apps, in-app purchases in India
The current flagship is at 6.9mm, and this latest drawing of the iPhone 6s mentions 7.1mm thickness. That is a very slight change in thickness, and is most likely due to the need to incorporate the new Force Touch technology for the display. Also Read - Apple AirPods 3rd Gen, new AirPods Pro coming early 2021
Yesterday, it was reported that Apple will most likely launch the two smartphones on September 18, and will conduct its keynote for the big unveil on September 11. However, the dates seem unlikely as September 11 is a Friday and Apple usually hosts events in the earlier half of the week. Previous rumors also 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.
Apple could also bring in different metal casing to ensure that the new iPhones do not bend. Lastly, there are report that indicate 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.