iPhone 6 specs point to an Ultra-Retina Display, 2.6GHz A8 chip and more

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As we get closer to June and Apple’s WWDC event, it’s a given that we’ll start seeing more rumors of the iPhone 6 and what to expect. We’ve already seen some hardware leaks of a bigger iPhone and even a Phablet iPhone, but we still haven’t landed on what specs we should expect. Today we’ve gotten a new batch or rumors, and this iPhone 6 seems to be a beast.

First of all, trusted sources mention that the iPhone 6 will have an Ultra-Retina Display, which will be clocked at 389 PPI, which clearly points to a bigger display since the current iPhone 5s has a 326 PPI display. The report also mentions that this iPhone 6 will have a 2.6GHz A8 chip, which is interesting since Apple has never really made the clock speed of its phones public. Finally the rumor points to this device being just 0.22 inches thick, which counters the currently thin iPhone 5s that measures 0.30 inches thick.

Obviously we might learn more things about this phone as time goes by, and hopefully these leaks apply to both smartphones.

Source: SonnyDickson (Twitter)
Via: iClarified

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