Here’s What the iPhone 6 Might Look Like

Following the recent release of the iPhone 5s last year, Apple is rumoured to be set to launch a bigger 4.7-inch-screened follow-up, the iPhone 6. No official word from Apple to confirm the alleged drawings, it is not uncommon for us to see designs and case leaks in the months leading up to a new iPhone, and early design leaks can sometimes prove to be very close to the real deal, though in other instances they turn out to be inaccurate.

Photos leaked on the Web suggest a device that isn’t too difficult to hold and operate. The supposed designs of the iPhone 6 have hit the internet, in the form of the alleged schematics and digital renderings based on leaked drawings.

The drawings suggest a few differences with the iPhone 5s. The power button at the top has been moved to the left side of the device. On the 5s, the power button is on the right. The back camera is shown as slightly protruding on the larger model, much like the iPod Touch.

A video of the iPhone 6 has also surfaced on the internet, showing a mock version of the device, giving us a true reflection of what the device may actually look like, if the leaks prove to be correct. The video shows a slim, iPhone-looking device, in white, sporting what appears to be a bigger screen – measuring 4.7-inches. The Apple home button is there, along with the Apple logo featuring at the back of the phone.

A plus for iPhone users, the phone seems easy to navigate with one hand, unlike the Samsungs, LGs, and HTCs, makers of flagship Smartphones with displays of 5 inches or larger. Even though Apple has often been criticised for the screen being too small, there are considerations that the 5-inch panels, famous on Android devices, are hard to operate with one hand.
Whether the drawings prove accurate or not, we will have to wait and see, but it is perhaps safe to assume that Apple clearly sees the need to address the larger Smartphone market.

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