Alleged iPhone 6 Specifications Leak on Chinese Website


We’ve heard several rumours regarding the possible tech specs of the iPhone 6, which come from unverified sources. Those reports claimed the iPhone 6 would sport 1GB of RAM and an A8 chip clocked at 2GHz. But that’s just a fraction of the information leaked by a Chinese site.

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PCHome claims to have obtained the full technical specifications of the handset Apple will unveil next Tuesday. According to this page, the iPhone 6 will measure at 138.14 x 66.97 x 6.9 mm with a 1334 x 750 pixel, 326 ppi display. What’s new comes next: The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will be powered by Apple’s quad-core A8 chip, clocked at 2GHz, and will have an incredible 2GB of RAM (previously hinted for the iPad Air 2).

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Interestingly, the iPhone 6 will have a 2100mAh battery — earlier rumours talked about a 1810mAh battery — and will have an 8MP rear-facing (f/2.0 aperture) and a 3MP front-facing camera, alongside the redesigned round Xenon flash.

According to the Chinese site, the iPhone 6 will be dust- and waterproof. Actually, this rumour was backed at a certain level by a recent set of images, coming from Feld & Volk, showing a protective mesh for the speaker and microphone holes.

In less than four days, Apple will unveil its next-generation iPhone. That will be the moment of truth: Tons of sketchy rumours will be officially confirmed or denied. Don’t expect Apple to put a major emphasis on tech specs, though: The company has historically mentioned just a handful of technical details of the hardware as they focus on user experience.


  • Asmodath

    While I always upgrade my iPhone with the S models, I will still be watching this event live to see what “Suprises” Cook and the team have come up with!

  • It’s going to be a great show.

  • IB6UB9

    Who needs Viagra when you have awesome leaks like this!!

  • Shameer Mulji

    knock on wood that the 2GB RAM is true.

  • Flash

    Screw the 2GB of Ram, I hope the water proof part is right…many developers have stated that 2GB isn’t required with the ecosystem – but I guess those who only look at individual specs it’s good.

  • Anon

    They wouldn’t be adding it unless they can for see it being needed in the near future. Besides, memory is fairly cheap. They are supposedly adding simultaneous split screen in iOS and well as true MT, so the 2GB would definitely help. You’re also paying a hefty premium for the phone, so anything they can throw in is better for the consumer.

  • Ed

    How’s 2Gb of ram “incredible”? I have 3gb in my OPO which costs half as much.