Rumors continue to point to Apple launching its next-generation iPhone 6 during September. For the company to be able to meet demand, manufacturing has to begin months ahead of the launch, which was also a big rumor that happened a couple of weeks ago. At this stage you can expect some finalized iPhone parts to emerge, and today we’ve come across the most important one.
Leaked photos show us a full comparison between the black and the white screen glass of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. These comparison photos also show us what the display looks like when compared to the display of the current 4-inch screen glass of the iPhone 5s. Aside from the significant size differences in these displays, you’ll notice that the holes for the FaceTime camera are now placed on the side of the earpiece, which could be a necessary change in order to allow thinner bezels at the top and the bottom of the display. Another important thing to notice, is that these displays are curved, but not as we currently see with devices like the LG G Flex. Instead the curves are found in the borders of the display, something that we’ve already seen in devices like the old HTC Sensation.
Sadly the leaks don’t show us any comparison between the expected 5.5-inch iPhone 6, but it should only be a matter of time. As manufacturing continues, we should expect more details on what to expect from these internals.