In recent news, the iPhone 6s was incidentally revealed in a company’s case, showcasing the iPhone 6s in various of cases and angles, giving better angles of the new smartphone than supply chain leaks. This means that folks waiting to see the new device fully assembled will be able to.
Doing some research, GSMArena recently revealed some nice images of the iPhone 6s in a case by a mobile accessory maker. The company that made these cases for Apple’s upcoming phone is ITSKINS, which makes different skins and covers for different smartphones.
Well, today we see two images released from the source showing ITSKINS’ cases and covers for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Although the quality isn’t all that great, fans get a nice look at a fully assembled iPhone 6s, and get to see the front and back. Something that’s worth noting, we find out from the source that the new handset will sport the same design as rumors suggested.
The source notes that…
“The renders of Apple iPhone 6s reveal the same camera setup as in the iPhone 6, with the sensor and the flash sitting in the top left corner at the device’s rear. The power/lock button will sit on the usual right side of the smartphone.”
You can check the new images out below, courtesy of GSMArena.
As seen above, we can see at the bottom of the first picture; the box displays “iPhone 6s.” So we now know officially that Apple named the new handset the “iPhone 6s,” and the iPhone 7 will come out later next year.
However, this year’s iPhone duo is said to be a bit thicker compared to the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, which leads our source into thinking that previous cases won’t be able to fit the older models, as of now, since the iPhone 6s isn’t out, we can’t say if it will be cross-compatible like the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s.
The new smartphone is speculated to sport 2GB of RAM, a 12 megapixel camera with 4K video capture, 6 LTE modem, and is suspected to land this September. What’s your thoughts on these pictures? Are they getting you more excited about the release? Let us know in the comments below.
Source info: GSMArena