iPhone 6 design to be borrowed from the iPod nano 7G and iPhone 5c

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Japanese  blog published a series of revelations concerning the new generation of the upcoming Apple iPhone 6, which argued that the model will borrow some design elements from the company’s existing products – iPod nano player and smartphone iPhone 5c.

According to Macotakara, Apple will debut a new phone in two versions with screens 4.7 and 5.7 inches. Both models will have a similar design, which incorporates the features of iPhone 5c plastic number and player iPod nano seventh generation . At the same time , according to the source , iPhone with a large screen TV will not replace the current iPhone 5c, and will serve as the top model in the line of Apple- smartphone .

iPhone-6Futur material  will be made communicators , as well as on the base colors , not reported. And iPhone 5c, and iPod nano 7G come in several colors , but the first enclosed in plastic wrap , and the second has an anodized aluminum frame .

It is alleged that from the iPhone 5c, the next-gen Apple smartphone design will get the volume buttons , rounded rear panel and the location of the holes on the bottom edge . Large 5.7 – inch model will have a thickness of 7 mm, which is half a millimeter less than the iPad Air. For this reason , an iSight camera will protrude above the surface , like the iPod Nano 5G.

New items , are expected to be announced at a special press conference Apple this fall. It was at this time the company traditionally makes announcements of new products . If that happens, the new phones will go on sale a few weeks after its debut . Apple itself has so far refused to comment on any details about the upcoming generation iPhone.

Macotakara not the first time to unveil the Californian giant leak . Last year, one of the first edition reported on the preparation of multi-colored line and double flare iPhone in iPhone 5s.

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