In just a little over a week, Apple will announce a slew of new products, including the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and Apple TV. We’ve already seen many iPhone 6s components revealed through various leaks, and a new report shows us what’s probably the display assembly of the iPhone 6s Plus.

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The 5.5-inch new iPhone will be similar to the iPhone 6 Plus when it comes to overall design – that’s no surprise since this is an “S” generation of iPhones.

However, the device will offer users some key new features including support for Force Touch, a new kind of UI interaction that takes into account the pressure of a screen tap. Force Touch, which Apple first introduced to the world via the Apple Watch, needs special hardware to sense the differences in pressure applied to the display, and such new display components were seen in recent iPhone 6s image leaks. These new alleged iPhone 6s Plus photos also have the same screen components on board, located right behind the display.

The leaked images have been republished by and they apparently originate from somewhere in China – check them both out below.

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