It’s been a fairly boring season for iPhone-related leaks, most likely because the next-gen iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will both look a lot like the devices that Apple released last fall. Nonetheless, Nowhereelse.fr directs our attention to new photos posted by Future Supplier that purportedly show the rear casing of the upcoming iPhone 6s Plus. Unsurprisingly, the device’s rear shell looks very similar to the iPhone 6 Plus, as you’ll see below.
So, what’s the different between this and the regular old 6 Plus? We’ll let Future Supplier explain.
“The biggest changes are those two screw holes positioned as shown in the picture below,” the publication writes. “On the left is the iPhone 6S plus rear housing with the screw hole, used to hold the loud speaker module, is slightly higher than iPhone 6 Plus’s, indicates that the loud speaker module is different.”
The publication’s sources also claim that the material used for the casing feels stronger than the material used in the original 6 Plus, which in all likelihood is how Apple plans to prevent a second “Bendgate” fiasco from occurring.
These are just a couple of the leaked photos of the purported iPhone 6s Plus — to see the rest, be sure to visit Future Supplier’s full gallery by clicking here.