A new rumor comes in from a source that is dedicated to leaking some of the latest news on Apple’s products, and describes some interesting stuff on Apple’s latest iPhone 6s, which is slated to land in September that is if delays don’t hold the anticipated device back.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently made a report, giving his thoughts on what Apple will do with their current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units, and what the firm believes what steps they should take with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, which was first reported by UDN.
The analyst believes that Apple will cut down the original iPhone 6 and 6 Plus orders so that it will free up more capacity for manufacturers to work on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. In addition, the analyst believes that Foxconn will handle 60% of the orders for the iPhone 6s, while Pegatron will be tasked with the larger iPhone 6s Plus.
Although those claims sound like they could happen, little is actually or relatively known about Apple’s newest handset products, the only thing that seems to be consistent about these rumors is the internal specs. Many sources note that the “6s” series will sport Force Touch, a new A9 processor and 2GB of RAM.
To back some of those new parts and features up, recent leaked parts ( part 1, part 2) revealed that Apple will keep with the same design (as they did with the iPhone 5 and 5s), but will change internal parts and features to make the phone a step up from its original version.
Although these leaked parts surfaced up in the past, they do act as a solid and good indication as to what will be in the iPhone 6s, however we don’t know all the official specs, but we do know that Force Touch has a 75% chance of making it into the newest handset, which is said to make it a little thicker.
Source info: UDN