Washington: As Apple is eyeing to launch its flagship smartphone Apple iPhone 6, now new images comparison of the device leaked with company flagship smartphone iPhone 5S give us hint of design and size.
Finally Apple is eyeing to launch a larger smartphones, the iPhone maker keeps playing catch-up, and judging by the iPhone 6 case mold we’re supposedly looking at above, it will continue to do so.
These images come from the blog of smartphone accessory maker Bling My Thing, which shared no hints about their origin. But they allegedly show the hyper-accurate mold that Apple has sent to iPhone 6 case makers so they can ensure the products they’re making are ready for the new iPhone at launch.
The iPhone 6 mold appears to be taller and a bit wider than the iPhone 5S, just as previous rumors have said. And the new iPhone’s bezel looks smaller than ever on this monotone mold.
In addition it looks like there are some other, more subtle changes, like the light sensor possibly being moved above the ear speaker and next to the front camera.
Interestingly, though, if this mold proves accurate then some of the more outlandish iPhone 6 rumors like that it will feature a flexible display or lose the home button will be debunked.
The latest rumors peg the iPhone 6 with a 4.7-inch display, Apple’s 2.6GHz A8 processor, and just .22 inches of thickness.
We may not need to wait quite so long to find out, in any case, since multiple reports have said that Apple will unveil a phablet-sized smartphone as soon as June.