In what could come as a big disappointment to Apple fans, the much-hyped iPhone 6s might not have a new design. Various reports have claimed that it would look more or less like the iPhone 6.
Apple, the Cupertino-based tech giant, is expected to launch the upcoming devices - iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus – in the third quarter of this year. M.I.C. Gadget claimed that it would be unveiled on 11 September before releasing it on 18.
According to a report by Business Insider, that cited a research data from Citi Research, iPhone 6s might sport a 4.7 or 5.5-inch display, powered by an A9 processor, with 2GB RAM, 12 MP camera and with features like a stronger aluminium alloy chassis and Force Touch.
A report by M.I.C. Gadget claimed that both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus would be powered by an Apple A9 processor and will have 2 GB RAM and a 12 MP main camera with 4K-video recording. It added that iPhone 6s would be 7 mm thick as against 6.9 mm thick iPhone 6. The thickness of iPhone 6s Plus would be 7.13 mm against iPhone 6 Plus' 7.1 mm.
Another report by M.I.C. Gadget (via Business Insider) citing insiders at Foxconn, the main producers of iPhone, said that the base model of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus would start with 32 GB internal storage and not 16 GB, which is seen in its predecessors. According to it, the devices come with 32/64/128 GB memory stickers.