The question of whether or not a large, 5.5-inch iPhone 6 exists has been on the minds of several people as of late, as we near the September launch date. It’s been in question because of a lack of leaks, mostly, but that is starting to change.
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
The iPhone 6 launch is less than a month away, and as is par for the course, the wire is being assaulted with all sorts of new leaks and rumors. Following two reports on the resolution of the 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhone 6, new images of the front panel and rear shell have surfaced, giving us the clearest image yet of what the final design could look like.
As perÂ Chinese site Feng.com, Apple has signed up LG Display as the primary display supplier for the upcoming iPhone 6. The device is rumored to come in two variants, one with a 4.7-inch display and the other with an even larger 5.5-inch display.
Everyone’s expecting the iPhone 6 to unleash a huge, pent up demand, as people who’ve long waited for an iPhone with a larger display rush to purchase the device.Â RBC Capital Markets estimates that this demand could push iPhone sales numbers as high as 75 million from the September to December period.
One of myÂ biggest gripes about the iPhone 5s is its battery life. So I’m quiteÂ eager to find out the capacity of the next iPhone’sÂ battery.
Until now, there has been conflicting reports about iPhone 6′s battery.Â The first report which came in the form of photo of the alleged iPhone 6 battery revealed that itÂ could come with a 1810 mAh battery.
Apple is widely expected to launchÂ iPhone 6 with largerÂ 4.7-inchÂ and 5.5-inch screens.
Along with the photos of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6′s massive battery we covered earlier, Hong Kong-based Apple Daily has also published photos of theÂ larger iPhone’s front panel and logic board.