Claimed 'iPhone 6s' Box Appears Similar to 'iPhone 6s Plus' Packaging

A new image of the packaging for the "iPhone 6s" has turned up online (via MacX), appearing similar to images of a box for the "iPhone 6s Plus" that were shared in late August. Both boxes showcase a koi pond-like fish against a white surface, suggesting the rumored packaging could be what Apple will use to box the next-generation iPhones, which are expected to be the centerpiece of the company's September 9 event tomorrow.

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The fish image has also begun rumors surrounding the "iPhone 6s" and "iPhone 6s Plus," suggesting the new smartphones will include a motion wallpaper feature. Similar in spirit to the dynamic wallpapers Apple introduced in iOS 7, the supposed update would bring something more akin to the in-depth motion backgrounds of the Apple Watch and will feature images from fish in a koi pond to different color smoke clouds.

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AngerDanger Avatar
113 months ago
The fish image has also begun rumors surrounding the "iPhone 6s" and "iPhone 6s Plus," suggesting the new smartphones will include a motion wallpaper feature ('https://www.macrumors.com/2015/08/27/iphone-6s-motion-wallpapers/'). Similar in spirit to the dynamic wallpapers Apple introduced in iOS 7 …
I'm really hoping Apple opens motion wallpapers up to developers; my Jony-Ive-swaying-in-light-breeze wallpaper needs to be a reality.



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Surf Donkey Avatar
113 months ago
It just sucks that they'll likely be keeping the 16gb version. The new motion wallpapers will be nice but I have a feeling a lot of people won't feel much incentive to upgrade, especially if you already have a 6.
Are you suggesting that motion wallpapers will be the only new feature of the phone?
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Dydegu Avatar
113 months ago
Why is it so torn up though?
Someone saw 16GB and got angry.
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audunhaugland Avatar
113 months ago
A fish! Waterproof :)
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agsystems Avatar
113 months ago
the S version of iPhones always have such boring launches.. same everything, but oooohh force touch and new camera...
Interesting...I've being tracking all the features and this is easily the biggest upgrade in years (of course, for Android these are old features)

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4K 12MP iSight Camera
5MP 1080p Facetime camera with software flash
New LTE chip (up 300 Mbps)
2G RAM
7000 aluminium casing
Force Touch
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SMIDG3T Avatar
113 months ago
good god....who freaking cares.....
Haha. You. Because you took the time to view the post AND comment.
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