Although the vast majority of our iPhone 6-related reports have actually revealed information of the smaller sized, 4.7-inch variation, the 5.5-inch model – – likewise dubbed as the iPhone 6L or iPhone Air – – has likewise been leaked quite regularly over the previous few weeks, and now, we have exactly what seems a legitimate leak of the more large iPhone’s rear shell. As with the lion’s share of iPhone 6 bits, there’s no chance of verifying the leak’s credibility, but considered that it ticks all of the boxes in terms of kind element and basic plausibility, it’s certainly worth having a look at.
The credit for sharing the video goes out to the folks of Nowhereelse. fr, who have actually been acquiring and unveiling details of the iPhone 6 on an everyday basis these past few months. The clip is just short at 47 seconds, however provides a peek of the shell from a number of angles, and for what it’s worth at this stage, we do believe that this leakage is authentic.
As well as a variety of dealings with inside the shell, there’s also an area for that embedded Apple logo design, which will apparently be made from some sort of robust product. In the beginning, it was rumored to be liquidmetal, but considered that additional leaks of this particular part has been regularly scratched by those who have actually acquired it, possibly not.
There’s likewise a circular cut-out for the modified True Tone flash, which Apple has handled to scale down while still maintaining the integrity of images snapped in dark, or less well-lit areas.
The bigger iPhone 6, which is being touted as the “iPhone Air” or “iPhone 6L,” will apparently be delayed, and although it will certainly nearly definitely be announced on September 9th along with the 4.7-inch gadget, it’s unlikely to strike racks till October at the earliest.
Apple has already given out the invitations for its special event at the Flint Center for Performing Arts on September 9th, and although we do still think that the iWatch will likewise be previewed, the business’s hotly-anticipated wearable appearances set for release early next year.