In the photos below you can see that the overall shell is similar to the current generation device with some slight differences.
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 site's source says, “The iPhone 6 Plus’ rear housing feels smother than the iPhone 6S Plus, while the 6S Plus’ rear housing is stronger.”
This observation may be in line with rumors that have suggested that Apple will use 7000 series aluminum to strengthen the device. Apple is expected to order a record breaking 85-90 million initial order of next generation iPhones for release this fall.
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