According to the new images of Apple iPhone 6S, leaked on the Internet today, the successor of iPhone 6 is unlikely to have any design change. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is going to most likely introduce, the new iPhone sometime in September this year. The leaked images of the metal chassis of iPhone 6S, obtained by 9To5Mac, has given us some idea on, how the new iPhone will look like.
The leaked metal chassis image of iPhone 6S looks identical to the latest iPhone 6S. On the back panel, things that remain unchanged are holes for the camera, microphone and LED flash along with the cut-size for Apple logo.
Rumors claimed that Apple might come out with a dual-camera system in the upcoming Apple iPhone 6S, but by looking at the bottom of the leaked panel image, the possibility of it stands omitted. Probably, we all need to wait for the next year, when Apple may introduce it with iPhone 7.
This is no surprise though; Apple is known to introduce only internal upgrades with its ‘S’ variants of iPhone. Last year the company introduced the much-awaited big-screen iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. While this year, Apple may introduce mix bag that has something for existing iPhone users and also for new users. The existing iPhone users can expect new iOS 9, a new camera app for improved quality images and optimized battery performance. The new users, on the other hand, may enjoy the upgraded 12-MP camera and a more powerful battery for long-lasting backup.
Besides, Apple may introduce a full HD 1080p display (1920 x 1080) with iPhone 6S.
And why not? In order to make people wait for another year, Apple will have to introduce considerable upgraded features and options in the upcoming iPhone 6S.
Unfortunately, at this stage, it is impossible to know what exactly is cooking at Apple’s Foxconn facility. But, as we suggested in our previous article, people are looking forward to ten important features, they are willing to have in the next iPhone. If you have not voted for the features you like to see the most, in iPhone 6S yet, participate in the poll embedded below.