As the tradition goes, Apple will unveil its next generation iPhones in September. The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have reportedly already commenced production, and now 9to5Mac has got hold of the external metal casing that give out quite a few details about the upcoming iPhone 6s. Also Read - iOS 12.5.4 update: List of old iPhone, iPad models getting important 'security updates'Also Read - Apple sets up website for claiming iPhone battery pay out
As far as the external appearance is concerned, the iPhone 6s is identical to the predecessor in terms on height and width. There is no change in camera, volume buttons or USB port. The rumored dual-camera setup was rendered untrue, but these images could very well be of a prototype. There are some changes in the internal mounting board, indicating changes in chipset and other components. Also Read - Apple WWDC 2020: Check if your iPhone or iPad will get latest software update with new features
There were rumors that the antenna lines will be hidden at the back of the smartphone, but the metal casings indicate that they will remain intact on the sides just like its predecessor. The bottom of the device sees no design change whatsoever, with the lightning port, audio jack and speaker holes in the same place as the iPhone 6.
Earlier leaks suggest that the iPhone 6s will come with the Force Touch technology earlier seen on Apple Watch and the new 12-inch Macbook. It will bring an improved Home button with gesture support, alongside the impending addition of wireless charging. The smartphone may be powered by an A9X quad-core processor paired with 2GB RAM. It will also boast an amped up 12-megapixel rear camera, and an improved FaceTime camera capable of recording 1080p videos and a front-facing flash to enhance selfies even more.
Apple might also reportedly scrap the 16GB variant altogether and the base variant would sport 32GB of internal storage. The new iPhones will also see the integration of Force Touch technology that was first seen on Apple Watch and the new MacBooks. Additionally, it could boast a new design language with different metal casing to ensure that the new iPhones do not bend.