Apple edits the protruding camera off both new iPhone models on its website

Apple edits the protruding camera off both new iPhone models on its website
Hey, if models can be air brushed to look closer to perfection, why can't the Apple iPhone 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus? We all know about the protruding camera on the back of the two new versions of the iPhone. But thanks to the use of certain angles in photographs, and some editing software, a sideways look of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus shows no protruding camera on either model.

The pictures come right from Apple's own web site. The Apple iPhone 6 is 6.9mm thin while the larger phablet is 7.1mm thick. By making the iPhone thinner, Apple had to have the camera lens stick out from the phone. One question that comes to mind is, why would Apple be embarrassed about the slight bump of a protruding camera? It does prevent users from placing their new iPhone flat down on a surface, but we can't imagine that this would prevent most people from purchasing a new iPhone.

Still, the question lingers. If Apple doesn't care that its camera protrudes, why did it go to great efforts to cover it up?


source: Apple, BrooksReview via GSMArena

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