The new iPhones are likely to be launched in September this year.
Whenever the launch of new Apple products comes close we start hearing all sorts of rumors about the upcoming devices and there are also countless leaks to deal with. Often some of these rumors and leaks do end up revealing valuable information about the new devices which let us know precisely what to expect from what Apple is hiding up its sleeve.
Apple has traditionally released new iPhones in September and it’s expected to stick with tradition this time around as well. With the new iPhones expected next month we’re now hearing various rumors about the new device one of which claims that components for the Force Touch display are now in mass production.
The rumor comes out of Taiwan and claims that with 36-40 million iPhone 6s units expected to be produced by the September quarter the manufacturing of Force Touch components has been ramped up. Another 50 million units of the new iPhones are expected to be produced by the December quarter.
From what we’ve gleaned from rumors so far the iPhone 6s appears to have a Force Touch display, the new A9 processor with 2GB RAM, a 12 megapixel rear and 5 megapixel front camera as well as iOS 9.