Ahead of Apple’s event next week that is wildly-anticipated to see the launch of the new iPhone – expected to be called the iPhone 6, new details about the unannounced handset have surfaced online. KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo on Monday put an end to rumors about the speculated new Lightning cable with reversible ports alongside a new more powerful power adapter for iPhone, claiming that the Cupertino giant wouldn’t make such changes due to “cost concerns and limited improvements to overall user experience.”
The yet to be announced Apple iPhone 6 followed the Sony Xperia Z3 example and got disassembled before its debut. The hotly anticipated handset got fully revealed in a YouTube video by Rozetked. In line with past leaks, the three-minute long video clip gives us a thorough look at the device and some of its internals. It also compares it to its predecessor, the iPhone 5s. The video is undoubtedly the best glimpse we have caught from the iPhone 6 this far. Curiously, the YouTube user who posted it has been known in the past for posting catchy videos of Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 concepts. Apple iPhone 6 will debut next week, on September 9. Past reports have suggested that the Cupertino giant might unveil two handsets – one with a 4.7” screen and another with a 5.5” display. A wearable device by the company is also expected.