IPhone 6 Case Reveals A Relocation Of The Phone’s Power Button

Posted: Apr 16 2014, 2:14pm CDT | by , in Apple


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iPhone 6 case reveals a relocation of the phone’s power button
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Photo leaks of the iPhone 6’s case suggest that there will be both a modification and repositioning of the power button.

A new set of iPhone cases have been revealed and is said to be of Apple’s next flagship phone the iPhone 6.The next iPhone may entail a round configuration in regards to its design as demonstrated by the fact that the power button will have its conventional location change. It is possible, as shown by recent leaks that the button could move from the top to the left-hand side of the gadget.

Despite the fact that the iPhone 5S proved to be massively successful within the first few days of its launch, there remains a waiting feeling that the time for change in regards with the iPhone’s design is near. The iPhone hasn't strayed from its incredible arrangement since the iPhone 4 arrived in 2010. The most important part of the Apple's Next Big Thing is that the focus will now be towards size.

It was at first reported that a phone possessing a 4.7-inch display as well as one offering a 5.5-inch display may get launched in September, however while the bigger model might now seem assailed by postponement, it is probable that the latter may get released soon. The supplant evenness of the iPhone 5s will possibly be replaced by a round-edged back panel; not excessively dissimilar to the state of the current iPad range.

The change of position of the button might be the first in the iPhone's renowned history. Some photo leaks even suggest a crevice between the volume buttons may be the location of the iPhone 6’s power button. In spite of this, it additionally appears that the power button may just be traditionally placed, at the top of the phone. You can find more pictures by clicking on the source link below.

Source: Nowhereelse.fr

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