iPhone 6s Plus Display Assembly Leaked, Confirms The Force Touch Screen Sensor
With the new iPhone 6s duo set to be unveiled next week, more and more rumors are surfacing almost every single day. Up until now, we’ve seen number of leaks showing the iPhone 6s display assembly, which reveals a difference in layout and cabling. That might be a confirmation of the incorporation of Force Touch technology on displays of the upcoming iPhone model.
Well, today an alleged display assembly has leaked out for the larger iPhone as well. A couple of images allegedly depicting the iPhone 6s Plus assembled display complete with Force Touch have surfaced online. If the leak is to be believed then we should expect Apple’s haptic feedback technology to make it on board iPhone 6s Plus.
Force Touch is one of the major features to arrive on the latest iPhone series. The new feature, developed by Apple, has the ability to sense the level of force exerted on a phone’s display, which enables it to distinguish between a light tap and firmer press and then respond accordingly.
Except that addition, the cabling and layout rearrangements are same as for the current iPhone 6 Plus. So there’s no doubt we’ll see a similar screen technology on this year’s phablet as well. Further, a pretty red interior indicates that Apple won’t bring any major design changes to its new iPhones.
Besides Force Touch, the major improvements expected to come to the iPhone 6s family include:
– new, 12-megapixel iSight (rear) camera with support for 4K video recording
– new, animated live wallpapers
– Apple A9 system chip, 2GB of RAM
– updated front camera
– new cellular modem by Qualcomm
The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be unveiled on September 9 and pre-orders are likely to start as early as September 11.
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