Leaked Images of iPhone 6 Front Panel and Batteries in Production Tray
iPhone 6 leaked images:
Two new sets of iPhone 6 leaked images have surfaced today giving some clues to how the larger iPhone 6 would look like. iPhone 6 front panel is being held next to an iPhone 5s with a seemingly factory background. The next set consists of images on batteries allegedly part of an iPhone 6.
This iPhone 6 front panel shows the cutouts for camera, ear speaker, light sensor, and the Home button. iPhone 6 bezel shows a narrower bezel when compared to Apple's current flagship, the iPhone 5s. Earlier too, we had seen some rumors indicating that the next iPhone will have a narrower bezel.
The next set comes from a French website showing iPhone 6 leaked images of batteries. The image shows iPhone 6 batteries in a production tray. While the validity of these images cannot be confirmed, the batteries do look like quite similar to iPhone batteries. The batteries shown in these leaked images also appear to be narrower and longer than before, confirming the thinness and different form of the next-gen iPhone 6.
According to a barrage of rumors and speculations, next gen iPhone is expected to sport an ultra-thin bezel with rounded edges. iPhone 6 leaked images and news suggest that iPhone 6 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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