We have been again treated with a bunch of images claimed to be of Apple’s next iPhone’s rear panel, once again tipping the design of the much-anticipated handset.
The alleged leaked iPhone 6 images, discovered on the NoWhereElse blog by Macrumors, show the rear design of the unannounced model, as well as the sides.
However, there is no word whether the alleged iPhone 6 shell seen in the images belongs to the rumoured 4.7-inch or the 5.5-inch display size variant, which reports have for a while been indicating the next iPhone will launch in.
The new bunch of leaked images from the rear shell of the alleged iPhone 6, while not offering much detail about the iPhone 6’s rear, dop show two cut-outs at the top of the purported iPhone – one, for housing the rear camera with flash, and the other, for the Apple logo branding in the middle, in-line with a recent leak. Notably, one of the leaked images from alleged iPhone 6 also shows the inside of the shell.
Further, in-line with earlier leaks, the leaked images again show the sides housing the power button positioned on the right panel of the device, instead on the top panel seen on current iPhone models.
Meanwhile, the leaked side panel image again tips slightly modified volume buttons for the alleged iPhone 6, akin to the ones seen on the current generation iPod touch, alongside a mute button on the left panel. The right panel is also seen housing the SIM tray.
A recent report claimed that Apple’s next iPhone, thought to be called the iPhone 6, would hit the shelves on September 19.
Apple at its recently concluded Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2014) announced new operating systems for its Mac computers and mobile devices, or OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 respectively.
At the event, Apple did not launch any new devices; however, introduced a slew of software features for its upcoming iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite features.