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  • New Video Shows Purported iPhone 6s Parts, Mixed With iPhone 6 Parts, Turning On


    Using various purported parts of the upcoming iPhone 6s, a YouTube video appears to show an iPhone booting up and displaying a gear logo on the display.

    It is said that this device uses somewhat of a Frankenstein mix between iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 parts, as not enough iPhone 6s parts have yet been accumulated to build an entire functioning iPhone.



    Some of the less-essential parts and pieces of the iPhone are missing from the device, like the rear-facing camera, but with a display, logic board, and many other parts needed to get the iPhone running, it seems to turn on.

    As MacRumors reports, there are some hairy details about the A9 chip that has been shown off in this booted-up iPhone; the chip is actually larger than the A8 chip in the iPhone 6 and lacks any legible markings, raising speculation that it could be a pre-production chip, or a fake one.

    You can watch the video of the Frankenstein iPhone below:



    There is no indication yet that this display supports Force Touch, but it certainly looks to be the same type of display that has been pictured in various rumors to be the iPhone 6s display assembly. Other rumors have also shown flex cables and camera rings.

    Source: MacRumors
    This article was originally published in forum thread: New Video Shows Purported iPhone 6s Parts, Mixed With iPhone 6 Parts, Turning On started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Carvensno's Avatar
      Carvensno -
      What boot up? LMAO!!! Pretty useless video. The phone/screen lights up and that's about it with a setting icon in the middle of the screen.
    1. Eonhpi's Avatar
      Eonhpi -
      that be nice to use parts from the 6 for the 6s
    1. TDH Advocate's Avatar
      TDH Advocate -
      It didn't show them actually booting it up or getting anywhere past this supposed boot up.