The original design of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 might have been leaked, as a new report claims that a rendering showing the pattern of the specific device has been collected from one of Apple’s major suppliers, known as Foxconn.
According to Mac Rumors, the report has been published by Wei Feng, a China based website, which reveals the rendering and shows that the iPhone 6 will have a dimension of 138 x 67 mm. Back in April 2014, similar pattern was revealed by Japanese magazine MacFan.
The new rendering reveals a number of design modifications, such as: curved corner, four-sided volume control buttons on the left, and a power button which has been repositioned on the top right hand side. On the back of the smartphone, a silhouette of Apple logo is found, which is unlike the pattern available on the current model of iPhone. Moreover, the rendering displays two antenna breaks cut out on the back of the smartphone, strongly indicating that the rear will contain a three-phase aluminum pattern.
However, it cannot be concluded that the rendering is the original one. In the previous years, in case of the older versions, a number of drawings were revealed before the release of the iPhone, most of which were ultimately found misleading.
Apple is strongly rumored to release the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 in August 2014.