New IPhone 6S Force Touch Display Images Leak

Posted: Aug 27 2015, 4:44am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
New iPhone 6S Force Touch Display Images Leak

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Several images of what appears to be the Force Touch display of the iPhone 6S leak.

The new iPhone 6S is according to rumors featuring a Force Touch display. There is not real confirmation yet, but there are several reports from the supply chain supporting the rumor. Additionally earlier this month a source supplied details on how Force Touch will work on the iPhone 6S.

Today Steve Hemmerstoffer posted four new photos of what is supposed to be the iPhone 6S display unit. These images are not confirming that this is indeed a Touch Force display.

So far there has not yet leaked an assembled iPhone 6S. We have seen all kinds of components already including the reinforced rear shell.

The iPhone 6S is besides the Force Touch screen rumored to run on an A9 CPU with 2GB RAM. Apple is finally upgrading the camera sensor and rumors say that the iPhone 6S will have a 12MP camera.

Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus on September 9. There are rumors that Apple will also unveil an iPhone 6C.

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