French site Nowhereelse.fr [Google Translate] on Thursday shared photos of what it says is the front panel of the upcoming “iPhone 6s.” As could be expected with an “s” iPhone release, the photos show a panel basically identical to the one on the current iPhone 6.
According to the site, the front panel images were shared by an informant who also said that the iPhone parts are currently in production and ready to be shipped to iPhone 6s assembly lines for use in the Silver and Gold iPhone 6s.
While the component in the photos can’t be confirmed to be destined for the “iPhone 6s,” previous part leaks for Apple’s upcoming flagship phones indicate the new handsets will continue the current design of the device, with minimal changes.
The source who supplied the photos to Nowhereelse.fr could not confirm if the panel included sapphire crystal or any indications of Force Touch support.
As well as the Force Touch feature, Apple’s next flagship devices are expected to boast an A9 processor with 2GB of RAM, an improved 12-megapixel camera, better Touch ID support, and new color options. The “iPhone 6s,” and “iPhone 6s Plus” are expected to debut in September, with production having reportedly begun late last month.