IPhone 6: There Will Be No Thick Antenna Lines

Posted: Sep 6 2014, 1:36pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 6 2014, 11:30pm CDT, in News | Apple

iPhone 6: There will be no Thick Antenna Lines
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If I see one more comment that says that the thick antenna lines on these fake leaked iPhone 6 shells look great, I will throw up.

Apple will unveil the new iPhone 6 in three days. On Tuesday, September 9th, Apple will reveal the new iPhone 6. We have been flooded with leaked iPhone 6 designs and parts like last year ahead of the iPhone 5S release. Today another iPhone 6 video (MacRumors) is getting a lot of attention that is supposed to show a working iPhone 6. The video and photos show again these thick isolation lines on the backside of the iPhone 6.

As said many times before, these are awful and totally not acceptable. Still, I see tons of comments accepting these lines and even call the design beautiful. There is no way the final iPhone 6 will have these lines. If I am wrong (highly unlikely) I will not buy the iPhone 6.

The alleged leaked iPhone 6 photos from China Telekom are much more likely resemble the final iPhone 6 design.

On a side note. I find it very interesting that suddenly reports say that Apple will unveil the iWatch on September 9th. A couple weeks ago it all pointed towards that there will be no iWatch in 2014. I am still leaning towards that Apple will again not introduce in iWatch this year. Read the about the intriguing iWatch History.

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