The full list of iPhone 6 dimensions have been teased, with the eagerly awaited handset tipped to line up at a mere 6.9mm thick.
The latest in a recent flurry of iPhone 6 leaks, the teased dimensions have been shown off via renders of the upcoming phone. Adding a bit of context to the reveal, the iPhone 6 has shown off alongside dimensions of both the existing iPhone 5S and the heavily rumoured Apple phablet.
Surfacing courtesy of French website iGen, the iPhone 6 renders reportedly came from within Foxconn, the company responsible for piecing together Apple’s handsets.
Backing up a mass of leaks pointing to a larger, 4.7-inch iPhone 6, the leaks have shown the device with a longer, wider, but thinner body.
Whereas the iPhone 5S lines up 123.83 x 58.57 x 7.6mm in size, the iPhone 6 dimensions will reportedly be 138.14 x 66.97 x 6.9mm.
Although there is no word on the iPhone 6 weight, further renders have backed up claims that the phone’s camera will protrude from the handset’s rear by 0.67mm (below).
The iPhone 6 is widely expected to be unveiled on September 9 before heading to retailers the following week.
Also expected to launch later this year is Apple’s first phablet offering, a 5.5-inch iPhone to rival the Galaxy Note 4.
Teased by the same render, the 5.5-inch iPhone is reportedly split between two prototypes at the moment, one 7.1mm thick and one 7mm thick.
Expected to pair a larger display with a new A8 processor and improved camera optics, the iPhone 6 will become the first device to run the WWDC revealed iOS 8 software from the box.
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