Images Of The IPhone 6S Plus Front Panel Leaked

Posted: Sep 1 2015, 1:50pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 2 2015, 5:31pm CDT, in Rumors | Apple

Images of the iPhone 6S Plus front panel leaked
Apple Club

The leaked images show Force Touch components along with the display.

We have already seen the iPhone 6S front panel. It displays a large front camera. Without doubt, most of us are looking forward to seeing what Apple might have in store for us with the iPhone 6S Plus.

That being said, new images have surfaced online that shows off the claimed display of the iPhone 6S Plus.

The photographs are leaked by Apple Club in Taiwan. It is a site that acts as an online store for Apple components.

The site also spreads rumors and leaks related to Apple. We can just assume that these photographs are the most recent one.

Upon first look you may believe it's the iPhone 6/6 Plus. The new iPhone will be similar to the iPhone 6 Plus when it comes to overall design.

That is no surprise since this is an “S” generation of iPhones. These new alleged iPhone 6S Plus photos also have the same screen components on board, located right behind the display.

The front panel of the iPhone 6S plus, as shown in the pictures, is white. This means that we still have no clue regarding the rose gold color option which has been rumoured for quite some time.

However the site guarantees that they can confirm that the display accompanies the technology important to make Force Touch happen.

For those who don’t know, Force Touch is a rumored feature of the iPhone 6S/6S Plus. Force Touch is a feature obtained from the Apple Watch and MacBooks.

But it is said to work marginally diverse. Regardless we can't be sure if these photographs are genuine or not.

Apple will unveil both new phones on the 9th of September which is next Wednesday. So we will only be able to clear our suspicions after launch.

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