• Video Comparison of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Display Assemblies Shows Minor Differences

    At the beginning of the month, high-detail photographs of the purported next-generation iPhone 6s display assembly were leaked showing off various details about the display assembly that were slightly different than the current-generation iPhone 6 display assembly.

    Now, MacManiack claims to have gotten their hands on one of these iPhone 6s display assemblies for themselves and has recorded a side-by-side comparison video of the iPhone 6s display assembly and the iPhone 6 display assembly, pointing out all of the obvious differences between the two, which you can watch below:

    Some of the differences pointed out include the positioning of the top ribbon flex cables, in which one of them on the iPhone 6s display assembly is now vertical instead of both horizontal like on the iPhone 6 display assembly; the same applies to the Touch ID ribbon flex cable, which is now straight instead of bent. Also, an interesting connection seems to still leave experts scratching their heads about whether or not the display assembly includes Force Touch or not.

    The front-facing camera is still in the same place as it is on the iPhone 6, and the dimensions of the display assembly are the same as the iPhone 6 display assembly. Despite having the same dimensions, the newer iPhone 6s display assembly is said to be .2mm thicker than the iPhone 6 display assembly and any Force Touch technology would be packed so tightly into the display assembly that it would be difficult to tell if it was present or not.

    We will continue to keep you updated on the latest, so stay tuned!

    Source: MacManiack via MacRumors
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Video Comparison of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Display Assemblies Shows Minor Differences started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
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