Seems like every week we’re learning more and more about the upcoming iPhone 6. And if the recently leaked design and specs are of any indication where the next-gen smartphone is headed, then Apple is destined to have a strong second half of the year. Taking to the rumors, rendering specialists Martin Hajek and Steve Hemmerstoffer came up with their own imagining of the device, which looks pretty sweet to say the least.
The images come courtesy of French tech site NoWhereElse.fr and showcase a number of new features: including a new screen size, higher resolution, updated bezel, thinner chassis, and redesigned control buttons. The slim profile certainly screams iPod Touch.
A previous report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests Apple was working on an iPhone 6 model that would integrate a 4.7-inch display, 1,344 x 750-pixel resolution, new A8 processor, 1GB of RAM, and an NFC chip. There has also been hearsay of the Cupertino Clan ditching its metal design in favor of plastic, mainly because the former requires more space for antennas and comes with several other design annoyances. Feel free to gaze at Hajek and Hemmerstoffer’s renderings below.
But of course, we’re all pretty clueless as to what Apple has in mind for the upcoming iPhone 6. The wait game continues.