The next iPhone will look almost identical to the last iPhone. Surprise, surprise.

The iPhone 6S, which is considered to be the next-generation iPhone, has just surfaced in a series of leaked photos published by 9to5Mac. The website got ahold of the device's casing, and the rear shell appears to have the same exterior design as the current iPhone 6 smartphone, including the same thickness and width.

The leaked photos revealed that the Lightning connector and other bits and bobs - such as the speakers, mic, headphone jack, volume toggle, mute button, sleep button, SIM card slot, and camera cutouts - are also identical to the iPhone 6. Keep in mind S-model iPhones tend keep the same design as their predecessors.

The big changes all appear to be inside. The mounting points, which is where Apple puts the logic board and other components, is noticeably different than that of the current model. But that would make sense, considering the next iPhone is thought to include all-new internals like an A9 processor, 2GB of RAM, 12MP camera, etc.


It'll also supposedly launch with a Force Touch pressure-sensitive display, among other changes. Check out Pocket-lint's round-up for more details on what else the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus might feature.