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The iPhone 6 will reportedly be available in 4.7" and 5.5" models

Apple’s iPhone 6 is just around the corner, so rumors and information leaks are coming in at a furious pace. We’ve already learned that Apple is expected to launch two models of the iPhone 6 -- a 4.7” model that is due this fall, and a 5.5” version that is slated to arrive early next year.
 
Today, a video has surfaced on the web that shows a physical mockup of the 4.7” iPhone 6 based on leaked engineering schematics:
 
 
The 6mm thick device looks to take some design cues from the existing iPhone 5c and iPad Mini/iPad Air, and has seen its power button relocated to the right-hand side of the device (we’re assuming this is to make one-handed operation of the device easier than if the top-mounted power button remained).

 
Hardware specs on the 4.7” iPhone 6 of course haven’t been verified, but it probably safe to say that the phone will come with an A8 processor, Touch ID, improved optics, and a higher resolution screen than the 1136x640 display currently available.

Sources: Mac Rumors, Nowhereelse.fr





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