IPhone 6S Leaks Straight From Foxconn Plant

Posted: Aug 4 2015, 3:18am CDT | by , in Report | Apple

 
iPhone 6S leaks straight from Foxconn Plant

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Photos of an alleged assembled iPhone 6S leak. The device is supposed to come directly from a Foxconn assembly line.

Apple's partners are busy manufacturing the iPhone 6S. Many parts of the iPhone 6S have leaked, but not an assembled iPhone 6S. Now photos of a white iPhone 6S "prototype" have surfaced on a Chinese gadget site.

M.I.C gadget posted two photos of what looks like a genuine iPhone 6S. It could also be an iPhone 6 and the whole thing is fake. There is just no visual difference between the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6S. Additionally the photos are bad quality.

The report claims though that this unit is 7.1mm thick, which is slightly more than the iPhone 6. Leaked renders have also revealed that the iPhone 6S is slightly thicker.

The increase in thickness is caused to the Force Touch screen.

M.I.C claims that the source of this iPhone 6S leak are "old" workers from Foxconn.

The iPhone 6S will be revealed on September 8, if Apple sticks to last year's schedule. Read about the 10 things we know about the iPhone 6S.

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