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This fall, Apple prepares “S” updates of both iPhone model and even we heard that the new Force Touch screens for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is already produced. Now, a proven source of 9to5mac, familiar with the supply chain of Apple, shows the metal housing of the next iPhone 6s, plus an in-depth look at the internal elements of the new smartphone. The pictures belie some earlier rumors about future iPhone 6, such as that Apple can embed a system of double cams updated models in 2015.

Here is what we see from the pictures:

1. Identical design to the current iPhone 6, plus the same thickness and width:

As expected, these pictures show that the next generation iPhone will have a simple internal improvement and the only “surprise” would be Force Touch screen and higher resolution.

2. Different internal structure:

Although identical exterior, in the framework of iPhone 6S can be seen very small changes, especially in the points for the new motherboard. It is these changes mounting confirm the authenticity of the body for the new device.

3. Without dual lens system camera:

Rumors that the iPhone 6S will get a system of two cameras (as for HTC One M8) are refuted. In it we see only open microphone and LED flash.

4. The lines on the back (antennas) are still present:

Apple has patented radio porous material that looks like aluminum to hide the antennas on the back, but obviously they will continue to be seen in the iPhone models of 2015. But there may be some good news on NFC capacity (hopefully).

5. The same holes for speakers, microphone and headphone jack:

This will be good news for existing cases and accessories that you have purchased if you own an iPhone 6.

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