The iPhone 6s is just weeks away (okay, two months, but saying “weeks” makes it sound closer), and so it stands to reason that more leaked components from Apple’s supply chain would start finding their way online.
Check out the latest pictures below:
The parts include a single flex cable which connects the volume rocker, mute switch, power button and LED flash. There is also the Lightning connector and headphone jack, rear-facing camera ring, and Home button enclosure.
Notably, Apple is back to use a single flex cable for its next-generation iPhone, rather than splitting the flex cables as it did for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Other than this minor change, however, the leaks appear to confirm what we were already expecting: that the iPhone 6s won’t be substantially different to its predecessor in terms of design.
Although we have written that the iPhone 6s will be the biggest incremental “s” upgrade Apple has ever seen, it is likely that these changes will be under-the-hood, with the exception of a new color option. A recent report also suggested that the iPhone 6s could be slightly thicker than the iPhone 6, on account of its upgraded processor.