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iPhone 6 up against the iPhone 5s

May 13 2014, 6:29am CDT | by , in Reviews | Apple

iPhone 6 up against the iPhone 5s
 
 

The news 3D drawings show a new 7 mm thickness

During the past couple of days, we have been seeing the iPhone 6 dummies being leaked and still there is a long way before the phone has to come out. We are still getting more leaks and more dummies and this time the new dummy along with the 3D drawings shows that the previously leaked information matches with it and this time it’s again NoWhereElse.fr. The blog shows the pictures of the new plastic unit alongside the current cream of the iOS crop, the iPhone 5s.

The comparison shows how larger the iPhone 6 is going to be as compared to the iPhone 5, 5s and 5c. The iPhone 6 will come in two different variants and this one shows the 4.7 inch model which is going to release earlier than the 5.5 inch model. The iPhone 6 with the 4.7 inch display here shows that according to the previous leaks, this one will be complete with repositioned sleep/wake button and rounded LED flash. There are also the pill shaped buttons for the volume here but one thing out of place is the 7 mm thickness. The previous iPhone models were merely 6.1 mm thick and from what was previously leaked, the iPhon6 is supposed to be thinner than the previous ones. And this new thickness is based upon new 3D drawings which show the iPhone 6 clearly.

source: redmondpie

 

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