Dummy iPhone 6 based on leaked schematics surfaces on video

The leaked iPhone 6 schematics that we came across a couple of weeks ago have gone very far. We’ve seen all types of design renders that show us what this iPhone should look like, if and when it gets launched. Sadly it’s hard for us to relate to what a device can really look and feel like, unless you actually see somebody holding it and moving it around. Lucky for us, 3D printing is quite the thing in this decade, and we just landed some leaks that make the iPhone 6 rumors more credible.

Now we find a leaked video that shows us the iPhone 6 in its full glory, and according to the source, the design was based on the leaked schematics as well. By the looks of it, we assume this is the 4.7-inch iPhone. What’s most interesting about this leak is that even though the previous rumors only pointed to the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone retaining the iPhone 5c design, it seems this 4.7-inch model will do the same. You’ll notice that the machined holes at the bottom are almost identical to the iPhone 5c, the side buttons are all similar to what we currently see on the current iPod Touch, and we do see the power button on the other side.

At this stage it’s hard to predict if these leaked schematics are real or fake, but this definitely looks like a standardized Apple design if we focus on what’s currently in the market by the company.

Source: and YouTube
Via: BGR

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