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More iPhone 6 pictures leak to show off revised skinny design

Yet another batch of claimed iPhone 6 pictures have leaked, showing off the next-gen smartphone’s heavily remodelled form factor.

With the iPhone 6 widely expected to come in for something of a design refresh later this year, new shots claiming to be of the iPhone 5S follow-on have again pointed to a slimmer, more rounded finish.

With Apple’s next Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 rival having been the subject of multiple leaks in recent weeks, the latest shots back up reports the iPhone 6 will drop a few millimetres in thickness while adding a larger display.

Having surfaced via Chinese website Baidu we must suggest these shots be taken with a sizeable pinch of salt. What’s more, with the phone lacking any Apple branding, the device could be nothing more than a mock-up based on passed rumours.

Scepticism and realism aside, the claimed iPhone 6 pictures show a brushed metal handset with a fingerprint sensor incorporating TouchID home button taking pride of place on the front panel.

With past iPhone 6 rumours suggesting the handset will line up at just 6mm thick, the leaked device looks only marginally thicker than the integrated Lightning port connector.

Although not shown in the latest leaks, further iPhone 6 rumours have hinted the phone will land running new iOS 8 software alongside a 4.7-inch Quantum Dot display.

While Apple has yet to offer any official insight into its next phone, it is widely believed the iPhone 6 will enter the realms of reality this September alongside the heavily rumoured iWatch.

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