With Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus only two days away from being unveiled, we came across more leaks concerning the exterior and button placement of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s. According to the leaked images, that we have come across, iPhone 6s is going to sport more features, including a Force Touch display, which is the same one that was present on Apple Watch. Furthermore, the power button is going to be present on the right side of the handset.
The remaining volume buttons are going to be present on the left side of the smartphone and as far as the home button of the upcoming device is concerned; that is going to be left unchanged. We were also able to come across the images of the pins that are used to eject the microSIM card holder or the device indicating that Apple will retain the use of a microSIM card rather following the approach that majority of Android smartphone manufacturers follow.
The upcoming iPhone 6s is going to sport Apple’s own developed A9 chipset, which is going to be fabricated on either the 16 or 14nm FinFET process. The smaller manufacturing process will mean that the end user will be able to gain considerable levels of performance compared to Apple’s A8, and with the smaller manufacturing process, users will also able to get more battery life out of the smartphone.