Since the first generation of iPhones, it was clear how important the design is, including the chosen material. Here’s the history of iPhone’s chosen materials:
- iPhone 1st generation has rear shell made of aluminum and plastic.
- Phone 3G and 3Gs has rear shell made of plastic.
- iPhone 4 and 4s has rear shell made of glass and stainless steel for its antenna.
- iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s has rear shell made of aluminum and glass.
- iPhone 5c rear shell made of thick polycarbonate.
- iPhone 6 has aluminum case.
The question is:” What material is going to be used for the next iPhone? If we see the history above, “s” iPhones always have a material similar to its previous iPhone version. So, will iPhone 6s have the same material and design like iPhone 6?
Today, iPhone 6s Rear Shell Picture leaked. Stronger aluminium? The leaked picture goes with the iPhone history we are familiar with, in terms of design and material. Take a look.
It seems the material is stronger, so it can prevent bending, according to FutureSupplier.
“The biggest changes are those two screw holes positioned as shown in the picture below. On the left is the iPhone 6S plus rear housing with the screw hole, used to hold the loud speaker module, is slightly higher than iPhone 6 Plus’s, indicates that the loud speaker module is different.”
“The iPhone 6 Plus’ rear housing feels smother than the iPhone 6S Plus, while the 6S Plus’ rear housing is stronger.”
We hope the material used for a new iPhone will be stronger, because many users have complained about the fact the iPhone can easily bend once they put it in the pocket, for instance. This is a huge issue for iPhone 6 and iPhone 96 Plus, so we hope the iPhone 6s will be a completely different story.
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