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iPhone 6 video offers best look yet

A new video showing an iPhone 6 formed from leaked components offers the best view yet of Apple’s forthcoming 4.7-inch smartphone.

Apple will be announcing the iPhone 6 on September 9, but as ever this has been preceded by a flurry of leaked component snapshots and videos.

Of course, the vast majority of these are of poor quality and don’t offer much of a sense of what the polished final product will look and feel like.

A new video from Russia, however, offers a high definition, well produced glimpse at the near-final iPhone 6 casing.

Russian YouTube use Rozetked is responsible for this video, which slow scans over an iPhone 6 exterior assembled from leaked production line parts. It shows both the black and white front plates, as well as the space grey rear.

It also highlights some of the iPhone 6’s design features that were tough to fully appreciate from the numerous blurry snaps and videos we’ve seen thus far. There’s the extended and recessed volume keys, the exaggerated antenna bands, and the sticky-outy camera unit.

In particular, the video highlights the effect of the iPhone 6’s rounded screen edges, which stands in particular contrast to the sharp-edged iPhone 5S to which it’s compared.

Speaking of which, we also get a good idea of the increased size of the iPhone 6 in comparison to its predecessor, and in particular its significantly increased length.

Take a look, if you really can’t wait a week until the official iPhone 6 unveiling. We know we couldn’t.


Read More: iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5S: What to expect

Via: 9to5Mac

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