While nothing’s official at this stage, the general consensus is that the iPhone 6 will come in two sizes, both bigger than the current iPhone 5s with its modest 4in display.
That notion is given credence (well, allegedly) with an iPhone 6 dummy unit being pictured alongside the iPhone 5s and Samsung’s Galaxy S5 flagship.
The iPhone 6 is – as we’ve heard several million times before – larger than the iPhone 5s, but also thinner.
The volume and mute buttons are found on the left of the iPhone 6, as we’ve come to expect from the iPhone, but, interestingly, the Power button has seemingly moved from the top of the phone to the right hand side.
Compared to the 5.1in Samsung Galaxy S5, the iPhone 6 is only marginally smaller, suggesting we’re looking at the 4.7in model. The other model, if it exists, is tipped to come in at 5.5in, just 0.2in shy of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
All in all, it’s calculated that the iPhone 6 measures 135.3 x 71.9 x 6.1mm. There was a time, not so long ago, when 6.1mm would’ve qualified as the world’s thinnest smartphone. Thankfully that particular trend appears to have died down.
And that’s about all we can garner from the latest iPhone 6 pics for now. Other than the presence of a fingerprint scanner, remaining iPhone 6 specs - including resolution, RAM and megapixel count - remain a mystery.