Apple is rumored to be working on a larger iPhone 6, which can go head-to-head with the competition with large screen sizes and FHD displays. Based on rumors, Apple is working on two new iPhones with one carrying a 4.7-inch display while the second one is expected to come with a 5.5-inch size.
The phablet sized iPhone 6 might get delayed due to production and battery-related issues with the device, but the 4.7-inch model is expected to see the light of the day this fall, possibly in September. In the past few weeks, we’ve seen several rumors hinting at the possible design of the handset, as well as some of its specifications.
Recently, some images of a dummy iPhone 6 made its way to the internet, showing the device in Space Gray, as well as the silver color. It’s not just the device, some images even compares the handset with Samsung’s latest flagship device, the Galaxy S5.
Starting with the comparison, the folks at Macitynet recently leaked some of the images of a dummy iPhone and compared it with the Samsung Galaxy S5 to give readers an idea of the size of the alleged iPhone 6. In comparison, the purported iPhone 6 is a little smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S5, it’s even thinner than Samsung’s flagship device. They says it’s a mockup provided by a trusted source, and looks quite promising considering the number of leaks we’ve seen in the past few weeks.
There were some more images of the alleged iPhone 6, in two different colors: space gray and silver. Well, before you get too excited, you should know these are dummy units created which are often used by case manufacturers to create future products for the handset.
The upcoming iPhone is excepted to come with a larger display, fingerprint scanner, different buttons placement (as seen in the images below), A8 processor and should come with iOS 8 as its operating system. There’s no official confirmation from Apple about the purported device, so a grain of salt is recommended. There’s an equal chance the images we’re seeing here are fake, but that’s all we’ve got at the moment. Anyway, take a look at more images below: