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Images of both iPhone 6 models have been leaked

We’ve heard plenty of reports about Apple’s 5.5-inch “phablet” iPhone 6, but most of the leaked pictures so far have claimed to depict its smaller sibling, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, instead. That’s changed with some new model photos showing mockups of both sizes of the forthcoming iPhone 6, including both the back and front of the two next generation iPhone models, sitting side by side. The images back up a lot of what we already know about Apple’s next iPhone release, including its rounded case edges, larger form factor, thinner bezels, and relocated power button. Apple is expected to drop the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 around September time, while the 5.5-inch version will either launch simultaneously, or could be delayed a few months.

It has been a busy week for iPhone 6 leaks. On Monday French blog leaked images of the iPhone 6 casing, then on Thursday a Taiwanese pop-star Jimmy Lin posted photos of the new handset on his Weibo account. The latest images seem to confirm what the rumour mill has been suggesting for months. Apple will launch two versions of the iPhone 6, a 4.7-inch model and a 5.5-inch model. The pictures were posted by notorious leaker Sonny Dickson, who had previously correctly leaked images of the iPhone 5C before it was officially launched. Interestingly, Dickson got in contact with me to tell me that Lin’s iPhone 6 photos were fake, and the model he was posing with is a dummy. He told me: “The phone is clearly a dummy, all his leaks are fake and nothing he has posted was real”. These are the clearest images yet of the iPhone 6 and look similar to the previous leaks this week. There’s still no information on specifications, but “sources” have previously told 9 to 5 Mac that the new handsets will have a 1704 x 960 resolution and a Sapphire glass display, which is currently used for the Touch ID Sensor.

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