We have seen numerous leaked parts for the iPhone 6, plus a range of photos of mockups of the handset based on leaked schematics.
Now two designers, Tomas Moyano and Nicolas Aichino have put together some cool concepts of the iPhone 6, which are based on the leaked details, and they give us an idea on what Apple’s new iPhone may actually look like when it is released later this year.
The iPhone 6 is said to launch in two sizes, one with a 4.7 inch display, the other with a 5.5 inch display, the handset is expected to come in the sale colors as the iPhone 5S, which are silver, gold and grey.
Apple will introduce their next generation mobile processor with the iPhone 6, the Apple A8 which will be the company’s second generation 64-bit mobile processor.
The handset is also rumored to come with more RAM than the iPhone 5S, and it is also expected to come with improved graphics, plus some new front and rear facing cameras.
We are expecting Apple to release a new version of their FaceTime HD camera for the front of the new iPhone, the rear camera on the handset is also said to get updated.
There have been rumors that the rear camera would come with Electronic Image Stabilization, this may be included in the 4.7 inch model, as the 5.5 inch model is said to come with a different camera with Optical Image Stabilization.
We also know that iOS 8 will bring a wide range of new camera features to Apple’s mobile device, with the ability to control a range of settings on your iOS device, so we are expecting Apple to make the new iPhone 6 cameras a major selling point on the handsets.
With regards to display resolution, we previously heard that the new iPhone would have a resolution of 1704 x 960 pixels, there have also been rumors of a QHD resolution, so it is possible that the two different sizes of the new iPhone will feature different resolutions.
We are expecting the iPhone 6 to be made official, along with the new Apple iWatch, at a press event on the 9th of September, the handset is expected to hit the stores on the 19th of September.
Source TheTechBlock, BGR