iPhone 6 Case Leaked Image Shows Re-Positioned Power and Volume Buttons

iPhone 6 leaks seems to have heated up from last couple of days giving us some insight into the batteries that would juice up the 8th gen iPhone and some leaks coming right from Hong Kong Electronics Fair along with others. Just now, a French tech site has published photos showing another iPhone 6 case design. iPhone 6 case

iPhone 6 case leaked images:

These latest iPhone 6 case leaked images feature rounded edges fitting to the rumors that have been coming so far on how the iPhone 6 would look like. The leaked case images show different volume keys: instead of the iPhone 5S like circular volume keys, case shows space for rectangular volume buttons of iPhone 5c.

Shared by Nowhereelse.fr, these iPhone 6 case leaked shots also conform to the rumors of a larger iPhone 6 model. While it is yet to be seen if Apple will introduce the larger iPhone along with the regular 4-incher, or if it would completely end the regular iPhone size. The latter seems to be more drastic as many iPhone users choose the phone for its smaller size and who might then start considering Android smartphones of the similar larger screen sizes. There have been no strong indications if Apple would end the regular version; it is to be seen how the company manages to produce three different variants of iPhone - regular 4" iPhone 6, larger iPhone 6, and an iPhone 6c.

Leaked iPhone 6 case designs:

Nowhereelse.fr acknowledges that the source of these images does not have a good track record, hence authenticity is difficult to confirm. However, looking at the barrage of leaks and rumors, it is highly expected that Apple would indeed launch a larger iPhone this year.

Rumors and speculations suggest that the next-gen iPhone is expected to sport an ultra-thin bezel with rounded edges. iPhone 6 leaked images and news also indicate that the device will sport an A8 processor, 1GB RAM, Touch ID sensor, improved 8 megapixel camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), and will be powered by iOS 8 featuring new fitness apps.

Source: Nowhereelse

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