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iPhone 6 cases listed ahead of handset’s unveiling

With the iPhone 6 widely expected to be formally unveiled in the coming weeks, the first iPhone 6 cases have been made available for purchase.

With the currently unconfirmed phone one of the most eagerly awaited devices of the year, the newly surfaced iPhone 6 cases have offered a potential glimpse at the phone’s dimensions and revised form factor.

Accessories manufacturer Spigen is responsible for the premature unveiling, with its collection of iPhone 6 cases listed – most likely – in nothing more than a case of attention grabbing rumour baiting.

However, with a mass of iPhone 6 prototype devices having already leaked, it is not out of the question that the case manufacturer managed to get its hands on one to knock up prototype cases.

The protective covers being offered provide something for all manner of user tastes. From a sleek, ultra slim metal case to a classic bumper via a heavy duty protective shell, Spigen has teased the lot.

Backing up handset leaks, the case renders have pointed to a longer, slimmer handset than the iPhone 5S, with more rounded corners and edges also hinted at.

Teasing a potential window for the iPhone 6 release date, the cases have been listed alongside an estimated delivery time between October 3 and October 7.

The iPhone 6 is heavily rumoured to be heading for a September 9 unveiling, with a new form factor expected to be partnered with an improved A8 processor and the new iOS 8 operating system.

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