Alleged IPhone 6 Caught Running IOS 7

Posted: May 30 2014, 12:47pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Alleged iPhone 6 caught running iOS 7
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The device in the picture features no Apple logo so it might be a porototype

Coming across an iPhone 6 on the internet is longer a surprise after all those dummies and renders. However, recently a few images of a phone were spotted in China and they look like the Apple iPhone 6. The pictures come without a video of any sort and this makes it difficult to determine whether the pictures are of a real device or not. It could possibly be a dummy but at least we can see that the icons on the screen appear to have been reordered at least.

The pictures might appear to be similar to all those previous leaks but there are a few things on the phone which have caught our attention. The phone looks as if it has been fashioned out of plastic entirely and this is the last thing we would expect from Apple as far as its flagship device is concerned. So there are chances that this might just be another c version such as the iPhone 5c. Another thing is the silver frame around the phone which looks similar to what Samsung used in devices like the Galaxy S II and once again this isn’t something that we would expect to see on Apple’s flagship.

The only thing that has a little resemblance with the real specs of the Apple phones is the flash featured on the back which is in line with Apple's current two-toned flash on the iPhone 5s. This could possibly be a prototype as well since we don’t see any Apple logo on the back.

source: joseilbo

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