iPhone 6s revealed: It will look identical to the iPhone 6 - this is the real deal

Trust me, this is the real deal. Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac never posts anything that is not pure facts. He is the best source for Apple leaks at the moment.

For fall 2015, Apple is preparing an “S” iPhone upgrade that superficially preserves the exterior designs of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but includes a collection of major internal changes. Now, a proven source familiar with Apple’s supply chain has provided us with the most extensive look yet at Apple’s next iPhone, sharing the first photos of the iPhone 6S’s external metal casing.

So the iPhone 6s won't have a dual lens camera as I and many others has reported. So Apple will probably not use the new dual lens technology from LinX - the Israeli company they recently acquired, until next year on the iPhone 7. But that doesn't say that the camera still protrude though. Maybe Apple will use the LinX technology somehow to get rid of the protruding camera. Or maybe the rumored 12 megapixel camera doesn't have to protrude? We will see.

And the Antenna lines are still there, so no new technology to hide them is there. So that rumor is also probably for the iPhone 7.

And the dimensions and thickness is identical with the iPhone 6. But the internals seems to reveal that the iPhone 6s will have Force Touch though. The internal structure reveals a lot of changes to the internal components.

So the iPhone 6s will definitely be an “S” upgrade with the same design but with better and improved specs and hardware as usual.

Via Revealed: iPhone 6S will look nearly identical outside, but expect numerous changes inside [Gallery] | 9to5Mac

Here is a video about Apples new camera technology:

I am now running iOS 8.4 but unfortunately are third-party keyboards still crashing on the iPad

So I have now installed iOS 8.4 on both my iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2. The update went fast and smooth. No problem at all.

And I can say that on my first observations is that the OS feels smoother somehow but unfortunately third-party keyboards still crashes on the iPad

So my wishes for that annoying thing to be fixed, as I wrote in my post earlier today, didn't help.. And as I wrote, that was what I was most excited about… I'm not so interested in the new Apple Music.

I will wait with activating my three month trial period of Apple Music.

Let me know if you see or “feel” anything new in iOS 8.4.