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See leaked photos of the new iPhone 6S

The next Apple iPhone won't be announced until later this year, but we're already starting to catch glimpses of what it will look like. There are some new leaked images that reveal some important facts about what the new iPhone will be capable of.

Several blog sites got hold of these images and have released them to the public. This has shown just how excited we are about the upcoming iPhone and has given us a little sneak peek of what we can expect when the iPhone 6s hits shelves, presumably this September.

The photos depict a 5.5-inch screen, and rumors suggest that the iPhone 6s will come with a faster processor as well as the state-of-the-art Force Touch technology.

With Force Touch, you can apply varying amounts of pressure on your iPhone and, depending on the amount of pressure you apply, the phone will take you to different apps or screens.

In addition to the Force Touch feature, the iPhone 6s is rumored to have a much better camera and video recorder. The images show improved microphones and even a new design to help solve the bending issue that happened with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

The sleek design and impressive hardware is what makes the iPhone such a flagship Apple gadget, and according to these photos it's getting even better.

Check out the following pictures to see what Apple has up its sleeves for customers. It looks like we're in for a treat!

Images of the front plates being scanned by warehouse employees:

Apple s iPhone 6s revealed as leaked shots show screen of handset Daily Mail Online


Images of possible interior layout and external shell:

iPhone 6s 2015 The Next Model Everything We Know

These leaked images show a thin but sturdy design and a large screen. Only time will tell what the final product will really look like.

Important: Remember to stay tuned to the Komando Tips page this week for the full sneak peek into the latest iPads and iPhones rumored to hit stores later this fall!

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Source: Daily Mail
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