Date: Friday, May 30th, 2014, 10:06
Category: iPhone, News, Pictures
There’s been a bevy of iPhone 6 dummy photographs out now demonstrating what the next-fen handset will look like. Per Boy Genius Report, Macfixit Australia may have gotten the highest quality image to date.
The site, which said it received the image from a contact in China and has posted an image of an iPhone 6 casing, which appears to be made out of metal and includes rounded corners, rounded edges, slim volume keys and two distinct antenna breaks on the top and bottom.
The case itself seems to be covered by a green plastic film and features cut outs for the rear camera and flash as well as the Apple logo found on the back.
Other purported iPhone 6 components have also been leaked in recent weeks, including the front panel, LCD backlight and battery, all confirming that Apple is working on a bigger smartphone.
Apple is expected to launch the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 at some point in September, with one European carrier already having suggested a release date for the handset to potential buyers. A 5.5-inch version of the handset is also supposed to debut later this year.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.