With the iPhone 6 rumour mill continuing to churn out a mass of premature sightings, latest leaks have claimed to show off the front panels of Apple’s next-gen smartphone.
Despite moving from a 4-inch to a 4.7-inch form factor, the claimed iPhone 6 front panels look stylistically unchanged, with the teased images showing off the face of the iPhone 5S follow-on in both black and white guises.
Last year’s iPhone 5S was launched in black, silver and gold hues, with both the silver and gold options featuring white fronts.
Aside from a glimpse at a largely unchanged component, based on the newly leaked shots, there is little new to tell about what the iPhone 6 might have in store.
The phone’s face has confirmed that a physical home button will once again adorn the phone’s front – contrary to some wild reports – with a forward-facing camera and light sensor adorning the upper edge of the handset’s fore.
Although the images have offered no new specs details, a mass of recent iPhone 6 leaks have claimed that the handset will land this September with a new 4.7-inch display in tow.
Tipped to be powered by a new A8 processor, the handset is also said to feature a revised 8-megapixel camera, with a mass on inbuilt sensors working with the iOS 8 introduced HealthKit app to better track your fitness and wellbeing.
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