Supposed 4.7” IPhone 6 Renders Found Online

Posted: May 11 2014, 1:21pm CDT | by , in Apple


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Supposed 4.7” iPhone 6 renders found online
Photo Credits: feng

The absence of any Apply branding makes it hard to believe these are genuine, however the design has a lot of resemblance to current iPod touch

The iPhone 6 still has a long way to go before it officially makes itself available in the markets and the phone hasn’t even been announced by Apple as yet and it is still making the rounds on the internet with tons of information which aren’t even sure is real or not. We have received a couple of digital renders on the upcoming iPhone 6 and apparently they come from a supplier who has based all these images on Apple's official design.

But if we take a good long look at these renders, we will probably have a hard time believing that they are for real. And regardless of the fact that they provide a lot details, we still cant claim that they are genuine. This is because maybe we don’t see any Apple branding or other materials associated with the mock-ups and considering the advancement of technologies today, it is very much likely that these could be coming from someone who just happens to be good at some 3D rendering software.

However, this does appear to be a job done well since the design has a lot of resemblance Apple's current iPod touch design especially with the curved edges and the very thin overall profile. The power button, which has been the biggest change in the iPhone 6, has also shown here as being moved to the side instead of the usual top.

source: feng

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