As the world anxiously awaits the iPhone 6, many remain clueless on what the final design and mold Apple will be offering to the market.
And for the people who are overly excited, you can expect reportedly two iPhone 6 models, the difference to which may be on the screen size as previously mentioned.
The 4.7-inch version is expected to be the first model to come out, probably the device that will make its grand debut at a special media event that will be hosted by Apple on September 9. As for the 5.5-inch model (which will unofficially be known as the iPhone 6L – according to Tech Times), the bigger screened version may be launched a later date and once the manufacturing issues have been ironed out.
And considering that the 5.5 inch version has some manufacturing issues, this should be a minimal concern for iPhone customers who are bound to clean shelves once it does hit the market.
Going further, the iPhone 6 will reportedly have a bigger home button, possibly signaling a modified Touch ID sensor. Curiously there is a third hole at the front display panel, a mystery angle which remains up in the air for now.
At the back, there is of course the familiar Apple insignia that top off the scratch-resistant back casing. However, another noticeable change in the iPhone 6 could come in the camera, somehow integrated in protruding fashion at the back which may need getting used to, especially for current and previous iPhone owners/users.
The power button has also been relocated, something that is now found at the side instead of the traditional top of previous iPhone models.
The coming 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will be backed by an 1810mAh battery, hopefully something which would address battery issues that previous models have had. The 5.5-inch version will have a higher 2915mAh battery.
From the leaked photos alone, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 variant seems pretty interesting to look forward to. But being unofficial releases, there are still a lot of details that some folks may be looking for, particularly the technical specs and capabilities although it is expected to come out with the latest iOS8.
With barely a couple of weeks to go, expect more leaks and rumors about the iPhone 6 to come out, hopefully on the actual capabilities that the latest iPhone installment carries, most of which is expected to be made official by September 9.