New iPhone 6 dummy shots attempt to reveal model in silver

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Apple’s launch of its next iPhone may still be months away, but leaks have already been narrowing-in on the design we might hope to see from this next iteration. After possible schematics leaked back in March, we’ve seen a number of attempts to create models based on them, like the dummy unit we shared with you on video yesterday. Today we’ve got another page from that same book, with pics arriving of another iPhone 6 stand-in, this time in silver.

The layout here is much the same as the handset we looked at yesterday, but this one’s quite a bit more finished, with buttons and camera components visible. Heck, with the screen protector in place we might even mistake this for a production model, were we not specifically told this is a mockup.

This is the 4.7-inch model we see, and while the dimensions may come from that earlier leak, the coloring is a bit more guesswork at this point. Here we don’t see the two-tone look we get from the 5S, but that’s far from proof this is how the final handset will actually appear.

What do you think? Would this make a fine candidate for the next smartphone to bear the iPhone name? Are we flirting with getting a little too far away from the current iPhone’s aesthetics?

iphone6-dummy-2Source: Baidu
Via: BGR

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