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Did The iPhone 6 Appearance Finally Leak For Sure?

A video of prep for WWDC claims to show what the next iPhone will look like

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Did The iPhone 6 Appearance Finally Leak For Sure?
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Did The iPhone 6 Appearance Finally Leak For Sure?

One of the most anticipated products from Apple in several years is the iPhone 6. The company has finally decided, according to rumors, to keep up with the pace that other manufacturers have set and they are going to be releasing a larger phone in September. We still haven’t had a look at anything official, though, until now.

In a video that claims to show Apple’s preparations for the Worldwide Developers Conference, a phone is seen on the screen that looks much different than the iPhone 5, a phone that people are now claiming is the iPhone 6. The video, of course, could turn out to be fake, but with so much known at this point there is a good chance that it is going to be accurate.

Judging from the appearance of the device in the leaked video, the phone features many of the things that we have come to expect from the next generation model, including a thinner design that also features a larger, bezel free screen. Not much else can be seen, although it is a good look at the first official images.

The conference starts tomorrow, meaning that there isn’t much time left to wait before knowing officially what to expect and when.

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Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.

 

 

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