Alleged iPhone 6s Plus box cutout leaks with a goldfish wallpaper, battery may be smaller


By now we know most everything worth knowing about the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus that are about to be unveiled on September 9th. Apple's new iOS gear will be largely similar in outer appearance to the current crop, as usual, but feature plenty of hardware upgrades on the inside, like an improved 12 MP rear camera, and a Force Touch display, which might not be called Force Touch as on the Apple Watch, but something else.

Now, a claimed iPhone 6s Plus box cutout has appeared in a publication on the prominent Wei Feng network, and it indeed features the title iPhone 6s Plus, as speculated. What else is intriguing on this picture above? Well, it depicts some sort of a goldfish wallpaper that will eventually be the default one on Apple's second phablet run, and the sources say this wallpaper will be a Motion one, or one of the new animated walls we already heard about. Moreover, the goldfish is expected to change color depending on the chassis hue you've chosen, which this time might include a Rose Gold version, so that should be interesting to verify. 

The biggest piece of rumor here, however, is not the puny goldfish, but that the insiders claim a decrease in battery capacity from the iPhone 6 Plus to the iPhone 6s Plus. Apple's new phablet, they say, will have a 2750 mAh battery, against the 2910 mAh unit of the current edition, while the iPhone 6s is expected to go from 1810 mAh to 1715 mAh. We previously saw a 1715 mAh unit, claimed to be for an upcoming iPhone, but at the time it was said that it could be for the budget iPhone 6c

Whether or not this claim for smaller juicers is true, and will it affect battery endurance if materialized, remains to be seen. Given that the iPhone 6s already leaked to be 2mm thicker than what we have now, it's hard to imagine Apple fitting a much smaller battery in there, compared to its predecessor. It wouldn't take long to find out, though, as the September 9th event is just around the corner, and this time will be streamed live for Windows 10 users as well.

source: Feng
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