Popular Apple news website MacRumors has published a new video that shows off several key components of the iPhone 6s in a partially working prototype device.
The video starts off by showing the iPhone 6s prototype booting to the gear screen and then we see the device get opened to reveal the various key components inside, including the Apple A9 64-bit chipset.
In addition to the video, a few new pictures of the internals have also been published. The new set of images confirms the iPhone 6s will include the Qualcomm WTR3925 radio frequency transceiver chip paired with the Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE baseband modem to improve cellular network connectivity.
The pictures of the A9 chip doesn’t carry any stamping as the device seems to be an early prototype but it can be clearly seen that the A9 is definitely bigger than last year’s A8 chipset. MacRumors claims the A9 is actually 10 percent larger in area than its predecessor.