The rumour mill has been busy this week spilling image leaks of physical iPhone 6 mockups. Following images of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 mockup, we’ve seen two leaks of the 4.7-inch model, and today has seen another image leak directly from Foxconn, sources say.
As spotted by Japanese blog Mac Otakara, user “hyz961008” has posted a handful of images of an alleged silver iPhone 6 mockup that corroborate earlier rumours about Apple’s forthcoming iPhone: rounded edges; relocated power button; redesigned volume buttons; and the circular LED flash we saw yesterday.
The validity of these images is questionable, as with those leaked earlier, so take this information with a grain of salt. What the rumour mill keeps repeating, though, and what these image leaks apparently suggest, is that Apple will increase the display size of the iPhone 6.
Apple is expected to release two new iPhone models this year, followed by another, bigger-screen model next year, according to the rumour mill.
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