The rear casing of the forthcoming iPhone 6S Plus appears to have leaked, strengthening rumours that the larger edition of Apple’s handset will feature the same design as last year.
Minimal differences between the current-gen edition and what's thought to be this year's model have been noticed by Apple obsessives.
While some screw placings around the loudspeaker have changed, the overall look is not discernibly different to the iPhone 6 Plus.
One other small tweak is likely to relate to the material used to make the phone’s shell. Experts claim it feels smoother and stronger, although are not clear on what alloy Apple has used for the device.
Any change in material will possibly be down to last year’s ‘bendgate’ farrago, which saw some users complain that their iPhone 6 Plus had curved when left in a pocket for an extended period.
The iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 6S are expected to launch in September.
Rumours are flying that Apple has ordered 90 million units, as it once again expects a record breaking year for its mobile.
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