iPhone 6S reports: New product packaging leakage suggests 16 GB base design will certainly remain around for another product cycle

A doubtful photo of an iPhone 6S details sheet has surfaced specificing the requirements of the upcoming iPhone, due to be announced at an event on September 9th.

Whilst the comprehensive technical requirements do not expose anything new, the page header is interesting. It recommends that, as soon as again, Apple will certainly provide a 16 GB base model variation of the iPhone 6S. (Via Steve Hemmerstoffer)

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Low storage area iPhone SKUs is a big grievance in the community. Lots of had believed this would be the year Apple lastly drops 16 GB from the brand-new lineup of phones for good. Although iOS 9 is more reliable relating to storage, features like 12-megapixel pictures and 4K video recording generally need a lot more storage area.

Naturally, this unverified photo needs to be taken with some degree of suspicion. It might have been fabricated or it might have been from early item packaging designs that were altered later on in the cycle. That being said, we now think the box leak from yesterday to be precise giving a bit more weight to the dependability of Chinese snaps of iPhone 6S product packaging (shown below).

Likewise note that the presence of a 16 GB model does not indicate the lineup needs to remain identical as the iPhone 6 generation with 16/64/128 GB tiers. There is a chance Apple might slide in a 32 GB option between the 16 GB and 64 GB price points as they have done with the brand-new iPod touch. We would consider this unlikely, however.

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The iPhone 6S will certainly likely launch around mid-September following the introduction on September 9th. 9to5Mac’s unique report show the iPhone will include a greatly improved camera, Force Touch performance, can be found in a Rose Gold color variant and include animated wallpapers a la Apple Watch which is where the koi fish (revealed on the box) enters play.


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