While iPhone 6s has not yet been officially revealed, but it has reportedly already entered into mass production. So it won’t come as a surprise if its components get leaked into the wild.
Nowhereelse.fr, a french website, has published a series of new images of what is believed to be the front panel of Apple’s upcoming “s” successor of the iPhone 6. It’s the second major leak of the upcoming iPhone 6s, after the purported rear shell of the iPhone 6s made its way to the surface in late June.
The report indicated that panels for the iPhone 6s have indeed entered into production and are ready to be shipped to the assembly lines. The panels are said to be for the silver and gold variants of the upcoming device with no mention of space gray option.
While the leak shows the purported front panels for the iPhone 6s, the report has no mention or indication of the inclusion of Force Touch into the display panel. Force Touch is a much-rumored feature for this upcoming iPhone revision, as the Apple Watch and trackpads of Macbook lineup are already rocking this pressure sensitive technology. The report also falls short of telling if these panels will take advantage of the Sapphire glass for the display, which has not been rumored much for this iteration of the device.
iPhone 6s is widely expected to come with a design similar to the iPhone 6, but with better internals. Much rumored features of iPhone 6s include a 12-megapixel camera, Force Touch display, upgraded RAM, a new color option among other key improvements. The next-generation iPhone should be unveiled later this year.