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The iPhone 6s is just a few months away now, three to be exact. The rumor mill is churning at full capacity and while all blogs are busy with rumors and speculations, an unnamed source just sent 9to5Mac photos of what are purportedly the first images of the iPhone 6s. If you remember, a few days ago, a reputed analyst over at KGI Securities predicted not one but new features for the upcoming iPhone. A new color option was on top of the list! As you can see, the purported iPhone 6s looks exactly the same as its predecessor but comes with a new second lens. We already reported back in December that Apple will making the biggest camera bump with a dual lens system. A report by MacRumors suggest that Apple will reduce the size of pixels and bump the megapixel count to 12. Android flagships ship with 16 MP snappers as a default average but we have seen Apple do a lot with cameras and the iPhone 6s will be no exception. Apple already ships the Apple Watch in a Rose Gold variant. The Rose Gold iPhone must cost the same as all other iPhone models considering the fact that the device itself is not made of the same metal. Still, we hope this rumor turns out to be false as the dual lens setup looks downright ugly.