According to the new reports, this iPhone 6 is a real beta device and is a strong representation of what we’ll see when the phone is officially launched later this year.
This is only a dummy unit and therefore is missing the Apple logo on the back and the device won’t actually power on, but it gives us a good idea as to how the iPhone 6 will compare to its predecessors and HTC rival.
Thanks to its potential 4.7-inch display size, the iPhone 6 falls comfortably between the iPhone 5S and HTC One M8 in terms of height, but actually looks around the same width as the 5-inch HTC One M8.
Like previous iPhone 6 dummies, it looks like the upcoming iPhone could ditch the dual-LED TrueTone flash introduced with the iPhone 5S. This used a white and amber LED to offer more natural looking photographs, especially for portraits.
The iPhone 6 clearly has more rounded sides than the iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S, appearing much more like the iPod Touch in design.
From the looks of this model, it also seems the display bulges out slightly from the body. With the latest iPhone modes, including the plastic-bodied iPhone 5C, the screen is flush to the rest of the body and can’t be see to protrude when the phone is held at side profile.
This may be the case because Apple is trying to slim down the side profile of the iPhone 6, reportedly to just 6mm. Perhaps the design has been tweaked so that the phone can still accommodate all the necessary internal hardware, without compensating on thickness and battery life.
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