A new YouTube video claims to show parts from Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6S put together into a working handset.

The device doesn’t boot into iOS, but does power on and show an equipment icon on the screen. Numerous images also declare to reveal the phone’s internal parts, which do appear to show some modifications over the current generation, while the outside continues to be mostly unchanged.


The video, which was published by MacRumors today, can be seen listed below. In it, an unnamed person begins with the device put together and powered on to show the equipment icon, which might perhaps be linked to the test software application Apple makes use of on test systems.

Several images published alongside the video reveal the internals in greater information. The first image declares to expose the reasoning board for the brand-new handset (top). The iPhone 6S was already revealed to make use of the Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE modem for increased data speeds. In the new picture, the it is likewise revealed as having a Qualcomm WTR3925 RF chip (highlighted in red). The pertinent area of the iPhone 6 board is offered along with it for comparison.


A second image reveals the unlabled A9 processor (left) compared with the A8 processor found in existing iPhones. The A9 chip will certainly be produced by Samsung and will reportedly come with 2 GB of RAM, though these photos do not confirm that.


The last image reveals the within of the screen, which is rumored to support Force Touch, though once more, these images don’t do much to prove that report. Images of the screen panels with assistance for Force Touch have formerly been leaked.


The iPhone 6S is expected to be exposed during a special Apple occasion next month. A new version of the Apple TELEVISION is likewise stated to be on tap for that occasion, while the long-awaited “iPad Pro” might or may not be revealed but is thought to be going into production that month.

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