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Apr 24 2014, 4:53am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Leaked iPhone 6 case compared with iPhone 5s, Nexus 5 and Note 3
Photo Credits: Unbox Therapy via YouTube
 
 

The dimensions of the case hint towards a thinner device and a larger display

The iPhone cases have bene making the rounds on the internet since the past couple of days and since they first appeared, the Youtube Channel Unbox Therapy got the case in order to have a closer look for more details. From what we can make of the video, the case appears to be fairly large as compared to the current iPhone 5s which has a 4 inch screen. Lewis Hilsenteger from the channel claims that it is pretty obvious from the dimensions of the product that it is intended for a larger phone with a larger screen and this is in line with the 4.7 inch rumored screen.

If the product is put up next to Nexus 5 and Galaxy Note 3 then it appears to be the closest to Google's handset as far as the size and dimensions are concernced. Note 3 on the other hand rather eclipsed the case in terms of height and width. The case in the video also hints towards the thickness of the phone and this was once again compared to the iPhone 5s. The case appears to be thinner than the current phone's 7.6-millimeters chassis.

Moving on to the features of the product, a sleep/wake button has been positioned at the side of the cover (instead of the top) and this is a huge change considering how Apple has always remained consistent with its layouts. The volume buttons seem to resemble more with the iPad lineup than the round chiclet-style parts used in the most recent iPhone models.

source: appleinsider

 

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