Video shows Apple iPhone 6s display unit, larger Face Time camera; latest news on iPhone 6c

Video shows Apple iPhone 6s display unit, larger Face Time camera; latest news on iPhone 6c
A video has surfaced showing the display unit of a Space Gray Apple iPhone 6s, compared with a white Apple iPhone 6. While there aren't many changes externally between the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s, it does appear that the size of the Face Time camera has been increased slightly. New software is expected to improve the flash for the front-facing camera, allowing users to take better selfies. In addition, there is talk that slow motion video will be possible using the Face Time camera. It would appear that Apple will focus more on connecting the new iPhone units to the selfie craze.

Flipping over the display unit shows off a familiar sight to many readers. Earlier this month, we showed you the back of an Apple iPhone 6s display unit, and showed you how Apple started using rivets to fasten the metal shielding instead of screws and clips. That is being done to better keep the shielding in place considering that Force Touch will bring harder taps from iPhone 6s users. Also on the back of the display unit is a  rectangular cutout with a protruding component. This is all presumably related to the new Force Touch feature coming with the new iPhone models.

Apple will be unveiling the Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus on September 9th. Despite plenty of speculation and leaks, there will not be a 4-inch Apple iPhone 6c unveiled at the event, according to the latest news that we have heard. Speaking of 4-inch iPhone models, once the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are launched, the 4-inch Apple iPhone 5c will be discontinued. The Apple iPhone 5s will take over the slot that the iPhone 5c held, meaning that the former will become free on contract with a two-year signed contract with participating carriers.

Lastly, a recently published report states that Apple built a new iPhone prototype featuring a 3.5-inch screen. That was the size of the iPhone screen from the OG Apple iPhone released in 2007, through the Apple iPhone 4s, which was launched in 2011. Apparently, Apple has decided against offering such a model.

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source: EverythingApplesPro via 9to5Mac (1), (2)

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