Working IPhone 6 Unit Appears In New Images And A Video [Updated]

By 11:30 Wed, 21 Jul 2021 Comments

T-minus 3 days left for Apple's iPhone event, according to the timer on Apple's website. These last few days before an event is when we acquire some of the best leaks, and today we have what looks like the actual iPhone 6, or at least one of the two that are going to be announced (the 4.7-inch version).

The photographs, taken from Chinese website cnBeta, show a fully assembled and functional iPhone 6. It resembles all the leaks we have seen before. The front looks like a stretched out iPhone 5s. The back has a full metal finish, with strips running around the top and bottom for the antennas. The capturing camera has a raised edge with the dual Light Emitting Diode (LED) True Tone flash on the side. The sides are curvy, unlike the last four generations and the buttons on the side are now flush with the body.

The device featured here is the silver model, although there will be a gray and grecent variant as well.

The homeclassy screen UI is similar to the iPhone 5s, except now there is space for a sixth row. The software on the device is iOS 8, which will come pre-installed.

There is a brief video of the phone, where the person unlocks the device using TouchID. You can watch the video here.

At this point we know pretty much exactly how the phone looks. We'll have to wait for the keynote to find out the actual specifications.

Update: More images below.

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