Leaked batch of iPhone 6 logos prove that glowing is not planned?
We’ve heard some very interesting rumors of what the iPhone 6 might do. One of the most surprising ones is a report that claimed that the Apple logo at the back would glow and provide users with notifications. While this isn’t something new for Apple given its way to bring this to its MacBook line-up, we’ve never seen the company do this with mobile devices, and it seems that history won’t change.
A leaked batch of iPhone 6 Apple logos was recently caught on camera, and judging by the looks of these, they weren’t made to glow. It seems that these logos mimic what we currently see in Apple’s iPad line-up, and that would only allow the logo to serve as a better spot to place a couple of antennas here and there. We’ve even heard rumors of Apple using this section to include NFC on the iPhone 6, and while this wouldn’t block Apple’s capabilities to make the logo glow, it’s clear that the company has other priorities at the moment.
Notification lights have always been useful on smartphones, and Apple has even done a great job in giving these some elegance on the previous-generation MacBook Pro models. Sadly it seems that the company isn’t ready to bring this to its smartphones, or it could also be that the company doesn’t find any sense in a light that you won’t be able to always see at the back.