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MacManiack published a video showing the new part recently, and right away we see what appears to be the Force Touch module, right at the top left. It looks identical to the Force Touch sensor we saw in leaked photos just last week. The video also shows a few other tweaks, like a new straight Touch ID cable, and new positioning of the flex connectors at the top of the panel. Finally, we see that the camera is in the same place and that the display is just as thin as it was last year.
This all, again, points to an iPhone 6s that will look like last year’s model but with some enhancements, especially with new features such as Force Touch. Take a closer look in the video above, or by browsing the gallery below.
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