Latest Apple iPhone 6 leak: 3D schematics

Latest Apple iPhone 6 leak: 3D schematics
The Apple iPhone 6 leak season is now upon us. Information, specs and photographs allegedly showing the next iteration of Apple's icoic smartphone, have been coming out of the woodworks. The latest leak shows off "3D" schematics of the phone. These pictures come to us from China and supposedly were snapped (in low resolution) by someone with a connection to the supply chain.

The first thing that hits you are the rounded corners on the device, which dovetails with many of the other leaks we've seen of the phone. The dimensions on the schematic reveal a phone measuring 138.14mm x 66.97mm. Unfortunately, there is no measurement relating to the thickness of the device, although it does appear to keep the extremely thin design that we've seen before. As a comparison, the Apple iPhone 5s is 123.8mm x 58.6mm.

The power key has been moved to the right, supposedly to improve the grip on the phone, and the volume buttons are now elongated. In addition, the flash has changed to an oval design from the lozenge used on the iPhone 5s.

Yes, you should take this with a grain of salt, especially now when iPhone 6 leaks are all over the place. It is perfectly fine to cast a cynical eye on the images, even if you believe that the next iPhone will look just like this.


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source: WeiFeng (translated) via GforGames

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  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
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  • Storage 128GB, not expandable
  • Battery 1810 mAh
  • OS iOS 12.x

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