‘Leaked pictures’ of iPhone 6

IF THESE leaked images featured on French site Nowwhereelse.fr are to be believed, the iPhone 6 — rumoured to be named the iPhone Air — is going to be a real beaut.

The photos show a thinner, rounder design that’s almost reminiscent of the HTC One. Perhaps most notably, the phone’s screen finally reaches the edges of its body.

Apple’s upcoming phone is expected to resemble the devices of similar brands. Picture: Supplied

The pictures match up well with a leaked image previously released on the Mac Rumors website, but considering the phone hasn’t even been announced yet, our advice is to take all of this with a grain of salt.

It’s hard to say what other changes will come with this latest model, or if these images are accurate, but another recent concept design from Sam Beckett, a British designer with an eerily good track record of predicting what the next iPhone will look like, also forecasts a thinner iPhone 6 with a 4.7-inch screen.

That’s slightly larger than the 4-inch screen of previous models.

However, this is seemingly contradictory to recent rumours from Business Insider and Barron’s, which both reported talk of not one, but two new iPhones, one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.5-inch screen.

Apple is set to release the new device in September, the respected Nikkei business daily said on Friday.


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