The iPhone 6 dummy has been compared to all previous iPhones in an extensive photography session.
Although this is only an iPhone 6 mock-up from the leaked schematics that emerged earlier this month, it gives us a good look at how the potential 4.7-inch flagship matches up against previous iPhone iterations.
It’s interesting to see the size differences between the iPhone 6 and the three screen sizes Apple’s phones have come though.
If the rumours are correct, the iPhone 6 could be the first major redesign the iPhone has had in years.
From the looks of the leaks we’ve seen so far, the iPhone 6 will take some design cues from the iPod Touch, with curved edges, coloured metallic body and elongated volume button similar to the iPad Air.
The iPhone 6 is expected to feature a 4.7-inch 1704 x 960p HD resolution screen and run on the new Apple A8 processer when it is launched later this year.
The new processor isn’t expected to bring huge speed improvements over the iPhone 5S’ A7 CPU, but will instead focus on big battery efficiency boosts.
As for the operating system, the iPhone 6 is expected to be the first device to run iOS 8 – a new health centric mobile operating system with slight UI modifications to boot.
Some of the photos from Dickson’s shoot are featured below, with the iPhone 6 compared to the iPod Touch in the last set.
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