Apr 1 2014, 12:27am CDT | by Bijon Kumar Pramanik
A Chinese microblogging site known as Weibo has posted what are believed to be the first images of the iPhone 6. The images are supposedly from the Foxconn plant, which produces Apple products in China. They also happen to be pictures taken off of a computer screen, making them hard to see, but they could still give a good look at the kinds of things that we can be expecting.
Judging from the pictures, the next iPhone is going to be thinner than previous models, although it doesn’t show the sizes of the screen that people have been expecting. That doesn’t mean that they aren’t coming, though, because no size was shown, but there could perhaps be other schematics that show the size in more detail. What many people are concerned about is the protruding camera. Since it hasn’t officially been announced it is hard to know if this will be a problem, but it is a frequent complaint with the iPod already.
The rumor is that the new model will do away with bezels completely and feature a screen that goes from edge to edge, but that remains to be seen. This is, however, the first step in the right direction that is giving us a glimpse of what we can start to expect. More information will be coming in in the coming months, so stay tuned to find out in more detail what will be coming. Many people expect the phones to be officially announced later this year, which means information will be coming fast once it starts rolling in.
Bijon Kumar Pramanik
Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.
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