A quick glance at our iPhone concepts section reveals several different photo and video renders of the oft-rumored iPhone 6. The majority of the mockups are based on rumored design changes, while some graphic designers have shared their own vision of what the upcoming smartphone should look like.
Just when you thought that you’ve seen every different concept possible, we have a new set of iPhone 6 renders that are arguably the most gorgeous yet. The rendered iPhone 6 has an ultra-thin, glossy design with a bezel-free screen, rounded edges, redesigned antenna bars and more.
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For the most part, the renders are consistent with leaked components that have surfaced for the iPhone 6, including a repositioned power button on the right side of the device. The smartphone is shown off in multiple colors, including shiny gold, silver, black and red.
The rendered iPhone 6 is also depicted with a larger sapphire crystal display, as the smartphone is expected to be released in both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models. Overall, the rendered design actually looks a lot like the colorful fifth-generation iPod touch.
Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 6 in September alongside the public release of the iOS 8 software update.
If this turned out to be the real design of the iPhone 6, would you want one?