There will be many hardware upgrades with the upcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets, but storage won't be one of them, it seems. After spilled schematics confirmed that the iPhone 6s will still come in 16 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB versions, now a leaked iPhone 6s packaging comes to tell us the same story.
A thing of equal importance, the packaging seems to confirm the "iPhone 6s" naming scheme, which jibes with Apple's usual bi-annual upgrade cycle philosophy. Moreover, this titling got corroborated earlier today, when an alleged iPhone 6s Plus box assembly was shown to carry the "iPhone 6s Plus" marking on it.
While we are waiting for the potential September 9th announcement of the iPhone 6s, let's recap what can be expected from the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets. The specs are expected to be a faster Apple A9 chipset, 2 GB of RAM, and a fresh 12 MP camera on the rear - not too shabby for a hardware upgrade, but what's really intriguing is the rumored Force Touch solution for the display, which would be able to recognize the force you are applying on it with your finger, and react accordingly, similar to the Apple Watch.