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An iPhone 6s display shows the possible “side B” of the Force Touch



An iPhone 6s display shows the possible “side B” of the Force Touch


While the news about the production of the iPhone 6s and its components follow one another, occasionally some stolen shots also leak out: from the different photos seen to date we had definitively understood that the next model of Apple smartphone it will not have variations on the design, but the screen shown today may reveal something (relatively) new.

What you can see in the image above, in fact, should be a fully assembled iPhone 6s display: while the front does not reveal anything new to us, from the rear we realize that the glass seems to be riveted (you can see this from the black dots on all sides). Although these are mere guesses, this procedure that replaces the iPhone 6 ***** system could be linked to the implementation of the much discussed Force Touch.

Finally, compared to the previous model, from these shots you can see this small rectangular cutout, not present on the iPhone 6. However, it is not yet clear what it can be used for.

There is now just over a month left until the presentation of iPhone 6s: certainly the rumors will not stop there, but there is probably not much more to discover about the new Apple jewel.

Update: we attach new photos of the panel published by Macfixit, which you can find below.