iPhone 6S Rumors : To Have Thicker Body and No Changes in Home Button

After the keynote schedule, it’s about schematic diagram of iPhone 6s that goes viral on social media as some rumor mongers believed to have found a “schematics sheet” of iPhone 6s. The diagram suggests that there is not much difference between iPhone 6 and the expected 6s, but Apple keeps mum over the internal changes, says a report published recently.

Since “they” have got the sheet, there has to be some facts hidden under the folded paper. Reports say that the schematics reveal an interesting thing that the iPhone 6s will have a slightly thicker frame. Though it is not bigger than 0.2mm, it suggests that it could point out the addition of Force Touch technology.

There won’t be any change in the positions of ports and buttons on iPhone 6s; the diagram shows Home button on iPhone 6s. Earlier it was rumored that Apple was going to remove this physical Home button in future; but iPhone 6s doesn’t seem to be the first device without physical Home button.

Among other things that are not likely to be changed are: antenna lines, which are on the back of the handset, camera, the dual-tone flashes, the Lightning port and headphone jack. Basically, iPhone 6s will be a lookalike of iPhone 6 and this goes without saying that Apple has maintained its tradition over the years with each “s” release.

Interestingly, a Chinese blog claimed couple of hours back that Apple will unveil the two most expected products of the year– iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus – on September 11 – a week ahead of its official launch date. Tech community had a field day with the back-to-back rumors spread across the globe.

Via: EnGadget Japan
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