Last week we saw renders of the iPhone 6 based on supposed leaked schematics and today MacRumors has posted images of what these same schematics reimagined as the iPhone 6c. Check them out below:
Earlier this week we saw metal mockups of what claimed to be the iPhone 6 at an electronics fair in Hong Kong. But according to ‘industry insiders’, Feng.com (via Cult of Mac) reports these molds actually represent the iPhone 6c, based on the circular rear flash and the doubts Apple would remove its True Tone dual LED flash for its next generation iPhone.
After seeing the supposed iPhone 6 metal molds and these reimagined iPhone 6c renders, it does make us lean more towards a possible iPhone 6c leak instead, rather than the iPhone 6. But of course, all of these ‘leaks’ can easily be faked, so until more evidence emerges we’ll just have to keep on enjoying the Apple rumour mill.
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