Rear Panels Of 5.5-inch IPhone 6 In Latest Leak

Posted: Aug 22 2014, 12:04pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Rear Panels Of 5.5-inch iPhone 6 In Latest Leak
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The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the unofficially-named ‘iPhone 6L’ will play out like the smartphone version of the iPad mini 2 and iPad Air.

Pretty much everything on the news nowadays us about the upcoming iPhone 6 and it seems that the closer we are getting to September, the more leaks we are getting and there isn’t enough surprise left in the official announcement. Most of the leaks are of the 4.7 inch version which is expected to arrive in the markets than the larger 5.5 inch phablet version which was facing some bottlenecks in the production process. But as we are getting closer to the announcement, even the 5.5 inch version is leaking and we do have some information on it. The most recent leak shows the rear shell of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 from a perspective which will give us a better idea of how the phone would stand up against the smaller counterpart.

In previous leaks we have also come across enough evidence to suggest that there are going to be quite a lot of differences between the two different iPhone 6 variants. The 5.5 inch version is not just going to be larger and more expensive, but it will also feature the sapphire glass panel. Apart from these things, the overall design of the two models is going to be pretty much the same and the two are more like the smartphone version of the iPad mini 2 and iPad Air.

We have seen quite a lot of rear shells of the iPhone 6 and judging from past experience we can tell that the form factor is not going to see much change. We can also see the cut-out for the Apple logo instead of an inscription and this is pretty much like the 4.7 inch version.

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