iPhone 6’s case model got leaked in Japan showing us the possible shape the new Apple flagship phone is going to take. Many reports have shown that inside information resorts to the iPhone 6 arriving in 2 different size configurations. Both of these configurations will be larger than what Cupertino Company has been able to produce. The device with its 5.5 inches screen may also appear in an alternative 4.7 inches version.
The Apple iPhone is the most popular smartphone across the mobile universe, constituting new and exciting features with each model. Given this, it is not surprising that the search regarding Apple’s next phone is already being done across the internet. After the launch of the iPhone 5S in September and once the excitement was more or less subsided, reports were on their way regarding the details of the next Apple phone. Since then many source such as Reuters and Bloomberg have confirmed that Apple is most likely going to release two versions of the iPhone 6.
All the reporters have been engaging in a race to get hold of and reveal information regarding the new iPhone in advance of their competitors. They are likely to leak information even before they have been officially announced by the company. Through a Japanese case maker thus the revelation of crucial news of the iPhone 6 may seem to fit in with such rumors which create anticipation amongst Apple enthusiasts. Apple may just release a larger iPhone if these reports deem true!
There is still a possibility that this news revealed through a Japanese case maker may just be false. It may be that the case maker is attempting to befuddle its rivals with the possibilities of Apple’s future products. Regardless, a large number of people still expect that one version of the iPhone 6 will have a 4.7 inches screen while the other will be comparable in size to the Samsung Galaxy Note encompassing a 5.5 inches screen and thus providing a large display. Along with these, other expectations include a better quality rear camera, technical improvements and the Apple A8 processor.