Alleged iPhone 6s Plus rear housing appears in live photos

At the end of June, we passed along some images alleged to be the rear housing for the Apple iPhone 6s. The only changes discovered were new mounting points for the handset's motherboard. Today, images of the rear housing for the Apple iPhone 6s Plus have appeared, and again there are only small changes seen when compared to the inside of the housing on the current model.

The changes that the iPhone 6s Plus casing brings are on the inside. The rearranged screw holes suggest that Apple might use a different loudspeaker module in the successor of iPhone 6s Plus.

The source of the images reveals that the metal housing of the iPhone 6s Plus is stronger than the the one found on iPhone 6 Plus. That’s in line with past rumors which pointed that Apple will use different aluminum alloy that the one found in the current iPhone 6 family.

The successors of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Plus are rumored to feature more powerful chipset. Apple iPhone 6s is also expected to pack a display with Force Touch, and 12MP camera with 4K video capture.
Apple will unveil the next iPhone in September - the rumor mill points at a September 18 retail launch. The Cupertino giant is reportedly expecting a record launch, with 85-90 million units already on order from suppliers.
We have a series of photos that you can browse through merely by clicking on the sourcelink below. The snapshots allegedly show the casing for the Apple iPhone 6s Plus, although we suggest taking the story with a grain of salt.