Apple IPhone 6S Cases Reveal Unchanged Design

Posted: Jul 30 2015, 10:46am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple


Apple iPhone 6S Cases Reveal Unchanged Design

Apple will follow its tradition to use the same design for their iPhones for 2 years

A leaked image has made its way across the web revealing the upcoming iPhone 6S. As the image suggests the iPhone6S is not different in appearance from the iPhone 6.

The image was unveiled by an iPhone case manufacturer; ITSKINS . It is a simple render image of the upcoming iPhone. Apple has not been very creative lately when it comes to the appearance of its iPhones.

The renders thus did not came as a shock as Apple usually stick to the same design for the iPhone for 2 years.

 This render confirmed the speculations that Apple will follow the same design as of the iPhone 6. On the right side of the iPhone is the power/lock button.

An iSight camera's sensor is placed on the upper left of the phone while the flash is also placed on top of it.

As reported by Engadget Japan; there are also minor changes made to the iPhone 6S. The new iPhone will have a profile thicker by 2mm, a difference that will not be noticeable to many users.

The rumored reason for the increase in thickness is due to the inclusion of Force Touch. Force Touch let the users distinguish between various types of touches.

It is for the first time that any iPhone is going to offer this feature, although the Force Touch is already included in Apple Watch and new MacBooks.

It offers contextual menus and skipping through a music player faster by holding down the fast-forward button.

The rumored specs of the iPhone 6s include 2GB RAM, 12MP back camera with 4K video capture, and Cat. 6 LTE modem. The iPhone 6S is expected to officially debut in September.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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