Apple tipster shows two iphone 6 models: first glimpse of 5.5-inch iphone 6s
The leaks and rumours around the upcoming iPhone 6 have begun to gather pace. A couple of days ago Taiwanese celebrity Jimmy Lin – who showed a pre-release iPhone 5 – revealed supposed images of the iPhone 6, and now yet another picture of the iPhone 6 has emerged. However, this time around we have enough reasons to believe it, considering it is tweeted by none another prolific Apple tipster Sonny Dickson.
Dickson had earlier given us an early sneak peek into the iPhone 6, and now the new image confirms previous rumours that Apple is working on two models – one with a 5-inch display and another with a 4.7-inch display. Going by the previous reports, the device shows an iPad-like design and rounded edges.
Dickson comes with a reliable track record, and had earlier tweeted component pictures – including fingerprint sensor – of the iPhone 5c, and the iPad mini with Retina display.
While the new leaked images give a glimpse of the front side of the device, recently we also got a sneak peek into the leaked rear shells in multiple angles, followed by Lin revealing the iPhone 6 alongside the iPhone 5. The design looked in line with the images posted by Lin.
Though Apple has been tight lipped about its upcoming iPhone, a lot has already been said and written about the device. It is expected to run iOS 8 – unveiled at the WWDC recently – and the company is said to be betting big on a health and home automation. Latest rumours suggest that the iPhone 6 will hit stores on September 19. Here’s all you need to know about iOS 8, and you can also check out our iPhone 6 rumour-roundup.
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Manufacturers will also be capable of taking advantage of Apple Headphone Remote controls like volume and other buttons for launching specific apps. It is quite possible that the headphones could also be made to work with a companion iOS app.
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