More pictures of the new iPhone 6 casing have been “leaked” on the web.
French blog nowhereelse.fr has released pictures of a phone back casing with the iconic Apple logo cut out of it, and has claimed that it is the upcoming iPhone 6.
A flashing Apple logo that will indicate when a call is incoming, or message has been received is going to be a new feature of the iPhone 6, and hence the cut out logo, nowhereelse.fr claims.
The side photos reveals the standard mute and volume buttons on the right side. The phone certainly does look sleeker and curvier than the various iPhone 5/S/C models.
The left side is a little unusual, as there is what appears to be another button space aside from the SIM card slot.
That new button space could be where the power button will be relocated.
According to 9to5Mac, the iPhone 6 could come in two versions, one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.5-inch screen.
Rumored specs include a 1704 x 960 resolution and a Sapphire glass display. The phone’s new A8 chip will only marginally improve processing speeds, but other “significant performance and efficiency enhancements” will help to extend battery life, 9to5Mac claims.
The iPhone 6 is expected to launch in September along with the iWatch.
To date, none of the rumors have been officially confirmed.