A string of images purporting to show the display assembly of the upcoming iPhone 6S have leaked in China.
The new pictures are the latest in a string of leaks, with Apple likely to reveal its updated device as soon as early September.
They appear to show how the new iPhone 6S will look on the inside, with some parts differing slightly to last year’s model. Some Apple watchers believe this could be further evidence of Apple including its Force Touch tech in the new iPhone, something which has been rumoured for most of 2015.
This leak follows a Uswitch exclusive depicting Apple’s official CAD device renders, which it sends out to case manufacturers to ensure they are able to release new products around the same time as the device’s launch.
These images suggest that Apple is plotting a slightly thicker device, as it looks to respond to claims that last year’s model bent in users’ pockets. It could also mean a bigger, longer lasting battery.
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