Here Is The First Look At Apple IPhone 6S Logic Board

Posted: Jul 31 2015, 10:08am CDT | by , in Apple


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Here Is The First Look at Apple iPhone 6S Logic Board

In a series of leaks, iPhone 6S logic board has been revealed confirming specs

Apple’s iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are expected to launch around September. Fans have to wait for around two months before the mega release. Many leaks are emerging about the parts of the next iPhones.

The images which have surfaced now claims that the upcoming iPhones will have minimal design variations as compared to iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.

According to the leak by French website Nowhereelse, there is a unified flex cable connecting internal components like the, LED flash, back camera and power and volume controls to the logic board.

The pictures additionally claim to show the exchanging system that control and the camera module joined by a LED flash. The online reports likewise shared photographs of the iPhone’s Lightning connector and earphone jack get together, home button and back camera rings, which appears to be in a gold or champagne shade.

The same color option is also available in the current iPhones and matches the tone of a supposed shell for the iPhone 6s Plus. The spilled pictures also show the iPhone 6s camera setup.

iPhone will proceed with the same metal ring packaging and distend from the back of the case. The leak tells us more about the Apple's upcoming iPhones.

It is still anticipated to launch with two screen sizes, both of which will probably have 12-megapixel camera offerings and an abundantly enhanced Apple A9 processor. A more responsive Touch ID sensor is prone to be incorporated into the home button with the consideration of Force Touch inside of the multi-touch show.

"iPhone 6S” and "iPhone 6S Plus" are believed to be under production. A lot more has already been revealed through the previous leaks.

The smartphones are rumored to feature an A9 chip with 2GB RAM, a faster Qualcomm LTE modem, Force Touch, an improved 12-megapixel back camera, 7000 Series aluminum and much more.

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