First Images Of The iPhone 6C LEAK! Device Tuned Down iPhone 5s?
Apple's iPhone 6C - or the 4 inch iPhone has been gaining a lot of traction recently. We've been having leaks that have manged to lay out several features of the device. These include the fact that it'll be sporting Apple's latest A8 CPU, currently found in the iPhone 6 lineup and will come featuring Gorilla Glass. In addition, its display is also expected to be manufactured by LG or Japan Display, with the final unit being manufactured by Winstron. While sounding good, these pieces of information do not end up providing us substantiated evidence for the existence of Apple's return to the four inch for smartphones. In that department, leaked images of the mysterious device would do us all good, and that's exactly what we have in store for you today.
Mysterious iPhone 6C Sees Its Rear Housing LEAK! With Minor Changes On Board
Folks over at FutureSupplier who're quite notorious for component leaks have manged to get their hands on what seems to be the rear housing for the iPhone 6C. Seems like rather than just decrease the screen size on its smaller screened iPhone, Apple's once again chosen the 'cheaper' iPhone concoction the company debuted with the iPhone 5C. And while the 5C might not have gained traction due to similar screen iPhone variants being present alongside it, can the same be said about the iPhone 6C?
Coming towards the differences on the iPhone 5C and today's component leaks, Apple's decided to move in two directions at the same time. If you look at the first picture, you'll see that the rear camera hole on the rear housing matches the one found on the iPhone 5S. And taking a look at the bottom of the housing, we see that the speaker holes also end up looking more like the iPhone 5S', even though they are lesser in number. All of this begs the question of whether the iPhone 6C will be a smaller variant of the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 5S? We'll find out more for sure. Stay tuned, we'll keep you update.
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