MacRumors has posted several photos plus a video, in what claims to be an ‘iPhone 6s’ display leak, plus the purported logic board, which is shown to boot up on video to a ‘gear’ screen. Alleged parts were put together and this is what we get on video:
Editor-in-chief Eric Slivka was also able to confirm the ‘iPhone 6s’ will contain Qualcomm’s WTR3925 radio frequency transceiver chip, which is seen to be smaller and not require a companion chip like the iPhone 6 (WFR1620).
This new chip will effectively allow for more spectrum support on one chip, while saving space, plus offering power efficiency as one less part is required on the logic board, as seen below highlighted in red on the left. On the right, is the iPhone 6 logic board in comparison, shown with two Qualcomm chips (WTR1625L in blue with companion WTR1620 in yellow):
Another image posted by MacRumors reveals what appears to be the next-gen A9 chip housed on the logic board, and when compared to the A8 on the iPhone 6, looks slightly larger:
Last year, we similarly saw a leak of the iPhone 6 logic board showing off the A8 chip.
Apple is expected to unveil its next-gen ‘iPhone 6s’ at a special event next month, rumoured to take place on September 9, which might also include a new Apple TV. Get ready for September as it’s just around the corner, folks.