A close look at some of the leaked images of the iPhone 6s motherboard from the folks behind 9to5Mac and Chipworks reveals that it will be slightly smaller than the iPhone 6’s motherboard and feature lesser chips.
Apple really is working on a more affordable iPhone 6c that will be unveiled later this year, according to a new report, but it will be more like “an extended version of the iPhone 5s” with a metal unibody, rather than an updated iPhone 5c made of plastic.
The next-generation iPhone (a.k.a iPhone 6s) will feature a completely redesigned wireless system and take advantage of Qualcomm’s new LTE chip for better wireless performance, as revealed by some pictures of the internals of the handset received by 9to5Mac.
Apple planning to increase storage for next generation iPhones; negotiating with Samsung to supply NAND chips
Apple really is working to bring flexible OLED displays to the iPhone, according to a new report from South Korea, but we’ll have to wait until 2018 to get them. Supply chain sources claim Apple is “serious” about making the switch from LCD screens, which have “weak points.”
Earlier on June 22, a report surfaced that suggested Apple is developing an iPhone without a physical Home button equipped on the front.