iPhone 6 Dimensions Leak from Foxconn, Confirm Protruding Camera [PICS]

New details, including the dimensions of both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models of the forthcoming iPhone 6 have been revealed by French site iGen.fr. Since the leak is coming directly from Foxconn, it apparently confirms the protruding camera and the model codenaming we’ve seen so far: N56 for the 5.5-inch and N61 for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.

Iphone 6 dimension leak

Disappointingly for many, Apple has apparently decided to proceed with a protruding camera for the iPhone 6. This design change could be seen as reminiscent of the iPod Touch design, although we kind of question that for two reasons: (1) the leak seem to come from the same source, so we are missing a second source that could confirm the above, and (2) Apple is said to make the iPhone 6 thinner than the iPhone 5s. Well, the protruding camera makes it thicker than the iPhone 5s, at least according to the leaked schematics: the 5.5-inch version is said to measure 7.7 mm in depth due to the protruding camera (otherwise 7.1 mm), while the iPhone 5s measures 7.6 mm.

Iphone 6 dimension leak 1

Anyway, the leaked images claim to show the exact dimensions of the iPhone 6: the 4.7-inch version is said to measure L138.14 x W66.97 x D 6.9 mm, but there is no information about its weight. The 5.5-inch model is said to measure L158.07 x W77.79 x D7.1 mm. There is an interesting twist regarding weight: there is model weighing184.6 g, and another one listed as weighing 168.5 g.

In accordance with previous rumours, the source claims the iPhablet will feature a bigger, 2915 mAh battery, but it did not specify whether it will be equipped with sapphire glass or not.

Iphone 6 dimension leak 2

An interesting addition to what we’ve already heard is that Apple allegedly considered incorporating a 2.5 mm audio jack, but scrapped the idea due to compatibility issues.

Apple is widely expected to launch the iPhone 6 on September 9.

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