Only a few months from its official September release, the iPhone 6 has been spotted in the wild again, giving us a better look at upcoming flagship device from Apple.
Jimmy Lin, who leaked images of the iPhone 5 a couple of years ago before its release, has now given us a better look at the iPhone 6. Below you can see larger iPhone 6 with 4.7-inch screen in comparison to iPhone 5S on the right.
On his blog, Lin mentions that in addition to the screen being larger than previous generation iPhones, other changes include a smaller bezel, larger front-facing camera, power button slightly shifted to the right, no glass plating covering the top/bottom antennas on the back, and a metal finish on the outside.
Lin also adds that the round design of the iPhone 6 provides a better grip of the device, so that has to be good news for Apple users.
As for the design, it corresponds with previous leaks showing the larger screen and a thinner, rounder design. Expect the iPhone 6 to come out sometime in late September alongside iOS 8, along with a rumored 5.5-inch screen iPhone a few months after.
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