We have seen various photos and videos if the new iPhone 6 featuring mockups of the device based on the leaked schematics, and now we a video comparing the iPhone 6 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and a range of other devices like the LG G3.
The iPhone 6 handsets in the video are mockups and not the actual device, but they give us an idea of how the size of these two new iPhones will compare to other smartphones on the market.
Apple will launch two version of the iPhone 6 later this year, the larger one will come with a 5.5 inch display, and the smaller one will feature a 4.7 inch display, both devices are larger than the current 4 inch display on the iPhone 5S.
As well as larger displays, the new iPhone 6 will come with a new 64-bit processor which Apple has been developing, the Apple A8, and this is also expected to be used in the new iPad Air 2 tablet.
The device will also come with more RAM than the current model, and we are also expecting the new iPhone to get update graphics over the existing version.
The camera on the iPhone 6 is said to be a completely new module that will feature electronic image stabilization (EIS) instead of optical image stabilization (OIS). It is not clear as yet on whether Apple will decide to release a camera with more megapixels, we have been hearing rumors that they may stick with an 8 megapixel sensor for the new handset.
The 4.7 inch version of the new iPhone is expected to launch in September along with the Apple iWatch and iOS 8, the 5.5 inch version of the device is expected to launch in October.
We would love to hear from our readers on what they think about the new design and display sizes of the iPhone 6, leave a comment below and let us know.
Apple has now released a new iPhone SE to replace the iPhone 5S, have a look at out guide on the iPhone 5S vs iPhone SE.
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