Alleged iPhone 6 Dummy Photos Show a Thinner Device

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There have been rumors about the release 4.7 -inch iPhone 6. New photos appeared on the web about the alleged of the iPhone 6 dummy showing a thinner device and larger screen. While Apple is exploring the possibility of production phone with a big screen for many years , this plan supposedly successfully moving and larger version of the smartphone will be presented this fall.

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If you believe the leaked pictures , common recently , Apple is actively preparing for the start of mass production of iPhone 6. First appeared on the web photo front of the smartphone , then published a snapshot of the party packed batteries intended for use by a new generation of “apple” smartphone , and it was later Announced image volume buttons .

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Now in Chinese microblogging network Weibo « lighted” realistic mock iPhone 6 formed on the basis of product specifications . If we assume that the image presented a prototype of the device, the model will receive a larger screen and a completely new look. Housing flagship will be executed in unibody- design and appearance more similar to iPod touch, including the rounded edges.

It is noteworthy that the camera unit involves the installation of a round module flash , whereas in the current iPhone 5s uses what Apple calls “True Tone” – two LEDs with different colors . They work with different intensity so as to adjust to the brightness of the room . The camera module extends slightly above the hull .

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On the eve of enthusiasts found that the thickness of the iPhone 6 will be as low as that of the iPod touch. Similar assumptions were confirmed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, according to whom the thickness of the device will be from 6.5 to 7.0 mm . However, the thickness of the fifth-generation iPod touch players and even less – only 6.1 mm . But the thickness of the iPhone 5s are all 7.6 mm.

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