New Photos Show Alleged Gold 4.7″ and 5.5″ iPhone 6 Side-by-Side [PIC]

To date we’ve seen images of the alleged 4.7-inch iPhone 6 physical mockup but now Australian leaker Sonny Dickson–who has posted reliable leaks in the past–has tweeted out images of what looks like the rumoured 5.5-inch iPhone 6 next to the 4.7-inch model in gold. This looks to be the first time we’ve seen a mockup of the larger iPhone.

Check them out below:

Iphone 6 front 2

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These iPhone 6 mockups show a smaller rounder flash compared to the pill-shaped True Tone flash found in the iPhone 5s. Also, the sleep/wake button has moved to the right side away from the top, presumably to make its easier to access due to the larger size.

Some analysts believe Apple will be launching the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 this fall instead of early 2015 based on news from accessory makers preparing for the larger device. If Apple releases two larger models as rumoured–which size will you be buying?

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  • daftchemist

    After my Note II I have decided never to get another 5.5 inch phone that size. If the iPhone 6 5.5inch was like the LG G3 I would consider it but I will have to go with the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 in this case as the bezels are still a large player. I look forward to the day when they are almost non-existent :).

  • Are you moving back to the iPhone or sticking with your Note II?

  • Justinman

    I to have a note 2 and I think I want to go smaller on my next phone. I love the size for consuming media but fitting it in pockets at times is annoying…

  • daftchemist

    I won’t be sticking with my Note II no matter what. I rode the 5.5inch train for a couple years and am ready to comeback to a manageable size. I will likely switch back.

  • WatDah

    Are there other reasons other than the size that makes you switch back? I’m just generally curious as to what factors makes a person want to switch to a comparatively closed OS from a more open OS.

  • einsteinbqat

    Uh! Those lines… hideous! It is not so bad on a black/dark iPhone, but that gold iPhone, those separators are just plain fugly! I’ll stick to me iPhone 5S.

  • fraser

    It all depends. If the larger phone has better internals I might be convinced.

  • Anon

    All they had to do was just keep the same 5S design, and just extend the screen size to 4.7 with 1080P res. These fugly mockups hopefully aren’t real.

  • cct416

    I used a iphone4 before I tried a note 2. When the new iPhone come out, I will switch back because backing up and restoring is SO much easier and flawless. Note 2 is a great phone but backing up and restoring is a pain. Android needs to improve on that.