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Photos show off display, logo, other parts for 4.7-inch iPhone 6

updated 10:49 am EDT, Mon August 11, 2014

Phone gets trimmed side bezels to fit bigger screen

A series of photos have emerged showing what are claimed to be parts for the iPhone 6. Perhaps the most significant show assembled displays, including cover glass, mounting points, and flex cables. The parts indicate slimmed-down side bezels, something presumably needed to fit a 4.7-inch screen while still making the phone comfortable to hold.

Other photos, obtained by Nowhereelse.fr, show numerous smaller parts such as flex cables camera rings. One of note is a metal Apple logo for the rear shell, indicating that the logo will be separate, rather than engraved. Also present is a rounded multi-color flash, suggesting that Apple isn't abandoning the iPhone 5s' True Tone technology.

Apple is expected to reveal new iPhones on September 9th. That may also include a reported 5.5-inch model, but it could be delayed due to production obstacles.




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  1. aSevie

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    I'm all for a bigger iPhone but jeesh, I really hope it looks a little more newish than that.

  1. Spheric Harlot

    Clinically Insane

    Joined: 11-07-99

    It will be an iPhone.

  1. aSevie

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    Joined: 03-01-01

    I see your point Spheric, I didn't think about that!

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