Video of Apple's iPhone 6s website confirms specs and color options (fake)

Video of Apple's iPhone 6s website confirms specs and color options (fake)
UPDATE: The video is obviously a fake, especially when it includes phrases like "stornger than ever".

Images showing information about the Apple iPhone 6s that will apparently appear on Apple's website, have been leaked on video. "Stronger than ever" is the very Apple-esque tagline revealing the Series 7000 aluminum that the Apple iPhone 6s (and Apple iPhone 6s Plus) will both be made from. This material is used on the Apple Watch and by aerospace manufacturers. Bendgate? Not this year, says Apple.

The video also confirms that the iPhone 6s will be 7.1mm thick, .2mm thicker than the Apple iPhone 6. This is probably due to the extra technology stuffed inside for Force Touch. The website also mentions two variations of Gold. This confirms the new Rose Gold color that will be available for the new iPhone models.

The Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus will be unveiled September 9th. Keep checking in for the latest leaks and news.



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source: iPhoneleak

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