The ‘iPhone 6s’ and iPhone 6 displays get compared in a new video

iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 display

The iPhone 6s, the oft-rumored name for Apple’s upcoming smartphone, has leaked a couple of times in one capacity or another since July.

And now, again, a new video recently published showcases a device that shares plenty of similarities with the device it will replace later this year. The video was published by MacManiak, which is a reseller of various Apple products, including iPhones. In it, the reseller compares the iPhone 6s display with that of the iPhone 6, showcasing similar dimensions, as well as showing that the FaceTime camera on the front of the handset will be located in the same spot.

Of course, the differences are the most intriguing part of the video. The supposed iPhone 6s display does have a new connector in the top-left corner, which would seem to confirm that the upcoming handset will support Force Touch, Apple’s pressure-sensitive technology. A few other changes include the protective plate in the iPhone 6s model is glued to the back of the LCD, and that Touch ID is integrated into the digitizer and LCD connector.

With reports surfacing recently that suggest Apple will take September 9 to announce the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, there’s no surprise really that the leaks are starting to pick up steam. Are you looking forward to the next iPhone?

[via MacRumors; MacManiak]