There are quite a few concepts and renderings of the iPhone 6 out there now, and many of them take into account rumors of a round, and not pill-shaped, True Tone flash. A new report is corroborating those early rumors yet again.
GT Advanced allegedly producing between 1.3 and 2.2 million sapphire glass displays for 5.5-inch iPhone 6
The sapphire glass “conspiracy” won’t go away, apparently. Despite plenty of reports on both sides of the fence, it’s still unknown whether or not the next iPhone, or iPhones, are going to get the more durable display this time around. A new report suggests, yet again, that maybe only the larger variant of the two new iPhone 6 models will get the extra support.
China Telecom advertises iPhone 6 with one of the best mockups; suggests single model will support all carriers
China Telecom, the third-largest carrier in China, announced in a Weibo post that it will be selling the unlocked variant of the iPhone 6 in the country to better compete with rivals. The post was deleted later.
French Apple website Â IGen.fr has published photos, whichÂ revealsÂ a lot of interesting information about theÂ iPhone 6 such as the internal code names, the dimensions, and other details such as the protruding camera. The photos appear to be from Apple’s largest manufacturing partnerÂ Foxconn’s factory.
For years, customers that own an iPhone on a GSM-based network (like AT&T in the United States) have been able to enjoy utilizing a data connection while on the phone with someone, a feature missing from CDMA networks. That could be changing in the iPhone 6, though, if new job postings are any indication.
A number of leakedÂ components, schematics and specificationsÂ for the iPhone 6 have surfaced over the past several months, providing a clearer picture about what we can expect when Apple unveils the highly-anticipated smartphone at a September 9th media event. The latest schematic making the rounds suggests that the iPhone 6 will have a rear-facing camera lens that protrudes less than 1 mm.Â