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Apple iPhone 6 specs leak on video?

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Apple iPhone 6 specs leak on video?
A video posted to YouTube on Sunday, allegedly reveals some of the specs for the 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch Apple iPhone 6 models. According to the video, there will be 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch variants of Apple's next smartphone. Both will have the same resolution of 960 x 1704. That results in a pixel density of 416ppi for the smaller of the two, and a 356ppi pixel density for the phablet-sized version of Apple's (all together now) iconic smartphone. The resolution had previously been revealed through a previous leak.

Touch ID remains embedded in the home button on both models, which will feature the A8 chip with 64-bit architecture. The iSight camera on back will get a bump up to 10MP with an aperture of f/2.0. This should allow the camera to take outstanding pictures, even under low-light conditions. The FaceTime front-facing snapper is also getting a bump up from 1.2MP to 2.1MP.

The dimensions of one of the models, reads as 138mm x 67mm x 7mm, with a weight of 121g. That compares to the 123.8mm x 58.6mm x 7.6 mm dimensions of the Apple iPhone 5s, which weighs 112g. You can just make out the subsidized pricing for one of the phones, which apparently is $199.99 for the 32GB model, $299.99 for the 64GB variant, and $399.99 for a device with 128GB of native storage.

The person who posted this video claims that it came from the website for the Apple iPhone 6, and obviously we need to take this with a huge grain of salt. As we've mentioned before, this is the time of the year when we start to see a huge pick-up in "leaks" related to the next iteration of the device. Sometimes they are right on, sometimes they are way off. We still remember a brochure allegedly for the Apple iPhone 3G, that showed off instructions for a video chat feature, well before FaceTime was introduced. Printed using AT&T's font and colors, it seemed to be genuine. Of course, as we know now, it was a fake.



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source: JudeProp

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