Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) has historically been mainly centered around software, which explains why we’re expecting to see iOS 8 and an updated Mac OS X at the event. However, we do know to expect new hardware, so why not an iPhone 6? This alleged WWDC presentation states that this could be a possibility.
The video, republished by Steve Hemmerstoffer of Nowhereelse.fr, shows what looks to be the interior of a Moscone West room (the WWDC venue) and a presentation rehearsal for the keynote. We get three different angles of this alleged new iPhone 6 model, and all line up with what we are looking to expect.
First of all, the corners are more rounded than what is found on the iPhone 5s. Also, the device itself looks to be metallic, which would suggest this is not some sort of 5c upgrade. Taking a look at the mugshot of the rear of the device, pictured above, the cutout for the antennas at the bottom are unlike what we’ve seen on iPhones thus far.
Finally, this model looks incredibly similar to mockup models we have seen delivered to several notable people.
Anyone think we could be seeing this device unveiled on Monday? Let us know down in the comments.