IPhone 6S’s Logic Board With Upgraded 16GB Base Model Leaked

Posted: Jul 3 2015, 11:00am CDT | by , in Apple


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iPhone 6S’s logic board with upgraded 16GB Base Model Leaked

This is the time when we see bunch of rumors about the upcoming iPhone and this time its the logic board

A few days ago, leaked images of iPhone 6S were floating everywhere, especially on social media, revealing the much expected features. Not withdrawing the expected changes, for example, a Force Touch display, upgraded camera framework, and new Qualcomm LTE chip for-up to twice-very fast data speed, the upcoming iPhone will probably incorporate othe up-to-date NFC hardware, less in capacity and more productive chips, and new flash memory that may regardless stay at a 16GB minimum limit.

These conclusions are based upon new pictures demonstrating a model of the upcoming iPhone's logic board, and a joint investigation embraced by 9to5Mac and Chipworks, an Ottawa-based organization that partner with technology companies over the globe. As shown in the pictures, there will be a Toshiba flash memory chip with 16GB internal storage, built by using a 19nm production process.

Many people are complaining that 16GB memory is still not sufficient as HD and many other apps take much storage. Earlier it was revealed that Apple will be launching the next iPhone with 32GB base storage option. In response to these claims, SVP Marketing of Apple Inc. Phil Schiller said that company has been working on memory and the storage capacity of apps for so long and it needs the storage to be user-friendly for people. As told by himc company's cloud-focused services, like the just-launched Apple Music, help alleviate some of the storage stresses on low-end storage configurations.

The chip installed in iPhone 6S will be from NXP with a new 66VP2 part number which better than its predecessor. As rumors suggests, iPhone 6S will be similar in appearance to iPhone 6.

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