French site Nowhereelse has spotted a new set of high-resolution images helpfully shared by a Weibo user. Considering the fine finish of the iPhone 6’s rear shell shown in them, they could be very close to the final product.
The images show what purports to be iPhone 6 rear shell, closely resembling the previous leaks of the 4.7-inch device. What’s interesting is that those strips (seen in earlier leaks) did not disappear at this stage: they appear to be some sort of plastic ribbons.
Overall, the rear shell’s design (shown here) is consistent with the previous leaks: redesigned speaker holes, rounded flash, headphone jack, Lightning port and rear camera.
In addition to the rear shell, we now have a close-up of the cover glass, although, unlike before, there is no information about it – whether it is made of sapphire or not.
Another source, GeekBar is also back with new leaks, and this time the guys behind the iHospital Weibo account have posted a blurry image of the alleged A8 processor, beside to the A5 chip for comparison. According to their blog post, the chip has a total of 115 terminals, X: 33 x Y: 35.
Apple has officially announced that it will hold an event on September 9, where it is expected to unveil two new iPhone models and a wearable device.