Spigen Confirms Apple IPhone 6 Design In A Case Listing

Posted: Jul 19 2014, 6:07am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Spigen confirms Apple iPhone 6 design in a case listing
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The case maker has uploaded a few of its transparent cases for the iPhone 6

Spigen is once again on the high jump and has been posting pictures of the cases for smartphones which still haven’t been released as yet. This time around, we can have a look at plenty of transparent cases for the iPhone 6 and this move has further confirmed the design of the Apple flagship. However, we can attach much meaning to this posting which is for a case and not directly for the phone itself. So whatever information this posting has dropped on us, is just like a drop in the pool.

There is no denying that the Apple iPhone 6 is the most leaked phone of this year and we are quite surprised because each year the fruit company remains secretive about launching their latest flagship smartphones but this year, a major chunk of what they have planned for us has already been revealed in the dozens of leaks.

We already know that the latest Apple iPhone 6 is going to come in two variants with the first 4.7 inch version to be launched in September. The other 5.5 inch phablet version is expected to get delayed because of some problems in the production process. Majority of the leaks focus on the 4.7 inch version which is said to sport a sapphire glass display but rumors have it that this feature might just be for some of the iPhone 6 models.

source: amazon

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