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Since April, photographs of iPhone 6 dummy models and physical mockups have arrived on the web almost every day, and it seems like there's no stopping them. Assuming they're accurate (and they're all very similar so it's likely they could be) we've now got a much better idea of what the iPhone 6 will look like and how big it will be.

All of the dummy models show an iPhone with curved and rounded edges, and an overall design that closely resembles that of the iPad mini and latest iPod touch models.

It also looks like the iPhone's LED flash will be set in a round cutout, and there could also be a slightly protruding rear camera. The power button is also likely to moved to the side of the iPhone, the mockups suggest.

Over the weekend preceeding the launch event on 9 September, a video appeared on YouTube that appears to show the iPhone 6 (the 4.7in version we think).

Looking at the back of the iPhone you can see the lens cap with protrudes at the back, perhaps for adding additional lenses.

The video is in Chinese, but it’s worth watching for an overview of what we strongly suspect to be the new iPhone.

An exciting leak that emerged mid August came from Russian iPhone retailer Feld & Volk. The photographs published by the retailer show what it claims to be a fully assembled iPhone 6, so this could actually be our first look at the upcoming smartphone.


Lining up with previous leaks, the iPhone 6 shown in the photos has rounded edges, a relocated lock button and a bigger display.

Russian YouTuber Rozetked has collected various leaked components together to create what could be the 4.7in iPhone 6. The video shows an extremely detailed look at the iPhone, and it looks rather convincing to us! What do you think? Watch the video below.

New photographs (above) of what appear to be the iPhone 6's 4.7in display and front panel have appeared on the Taiwanese blog AppleClub. The photos show the front and back of the panel, which looks similar to the iPhone 5s's display but is significantly bigger.

In August, Tech Radar published photos of what appeared to be an iPhone 6 in its retail packaging. While convincing, there has been much discussion over the reliability of these images, which could be of a very good mockup rather than an iPhone 6 being tested by an Apple tester as the source suggested.

In China, fake iPhone 6 clones are available to buy readily. You'll find one being unboxed in the video below.

A photograph (below) of what is claimed to be the an iPhone 6 part could explain why the leaked iPhone 6 back panels show a circular flash rather than dual-LED flash found on the iPhone 5s. It appears to show that Apple has found a way to put the True Tone flash into one round flash module.

Taiwanese singer, actor and race car driver Jimmy Lin has been spotted on Weibo with what looks like an iPhone 6. He posted a similar photograph on the social media site last year, holding an iPhone 5C that turned out to be accurate, so this could be the real thing. It could equally be fake, of course, but we'll have to wait and see.

iPhone 6 Jimmy Lin

We rather like this photograph of both the 4.7in iPhone 6 and 5.5in iPhone 6 side-by-side (below). They're just mockups, but they're very convincing ones, and we can imagine Apple launching an iPhone 6 that looks like the ones shown here. These photos came from previously accurate blogger Sonny Dickson on Twitter

iPhone 6 5.5in 4.7in front

A new video that emerged on 17 June (above) shows what appears to be those same mockups acquired by Sonny Dickson, but this time in a comparing them with the iPhone 5S. 

Sonny Dickson has been sharing leaked iPhone parts again, this time with 9To5Mac. It has published a series of photos that appear to show both the black and white iPhone 6 glass covers. The photos show the two displays side by side, and also beside the corresponding part found on the current iPhone 5S models.

The bezels don't appear to have changes in size, but the screen is bigger (this is allegedly the 4.7in iPhone's display rather than the 5.5in model) and the holes at the top of the device have been slightly relocated.

The leaked part also appears to be slightly rounded, which would work with the rumoured rounded redesign of the rest of the iPhone 6 chassis.

Sonny Dickson has also published a photograph of a close-up of the iPhone 6's camera, which appears to have a ring around it. Patently Apple believes that this ring could be for a camera lens system that Apple has patented. The system could allow users to attach additional lenses to the iPhone 6's camera for improved iPhone photographs.

Yet more photos of an iPhone 6 mockup come from sources in Japan and Korea, showing a Space Grey version of the phone compared with the iPhone 5S and HTC One M8. They look very similar to previous leaks, so add even more evidence to suggest that this is could be the real iPhone 6 design. 

According to Geeksays.com, Apple has asked the blog to remove a photograph from a recent article because it contains images of "unreleased patented property belonging to Apple" and therefore could infringe copyrights.

Whether Geek Says is telling the truth is questionable – it could well be a publicity stunt. But The photograph of the part does look particularly convincing, and fits in with previous rumours and leaked parts.


A new photo of what appears to be the back panel of Apple's iPhone 6 emerged on 8 June on Nowhereelse.fr (below). The panel looks like it's made completely from metal, and spaces for volume buttons and the mute switch appear to be elongated, suggesting a new design for the physical buttons of the iPhone.

The photo also supports the rumours of a relocated lock button from the top to the right of the device.

Like some recent rumours mentioned previously in this article, the photo also shows a cut-out Apple logo, which could mean an illuminated logo is coming to the iPhone.

This render by designer Mustafa Dagdelen is based on leaked parts and mockups, and shows us what the iPhone 6 could look like should those parts be genuine. A video of the render, which you can watch below was posted on ConceptsiPhone on 14 July.

A video and photographs showing what appears to be the rear casing of the iPhone 6 have surfaced in Japan, showing the same rounded, unibody design as seen in previous leaks, as well as that cutout for the Apple logo that we think means an illuminated Apple logo is on its way to the iPhone.

In a cracking video from 9To5Mac, the iPhone 6 dummy model has been compared with just about every iOS device. You can see how the iPhone 6 looks next to the iPad Air, iPad mini, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 4s and iPod touch.

9To5Mac has also compared the iPhone 6 with the HTC One M8 and Samsung Galaxy S5 here.

We're beginning to get pretty convinced that the iPhone 6 mockups that have been appearing could be accurate, and when you see one sitting among Apple's other devices, it becomes even more believable. It's worth noting that these dummy models are in no way claiming to be the finished thing, so expect to see something much more polished when Apple shows it off this year.

Another cracking video from 9To5Mac shows what iOS might look like on a 4.7in iPhone 6. It's actually a Motorola Moto X, which has a 4.7in display, modified to look like the iPhone dummy models we've seen floating around the web.

Read on to see more of the iPhone 6 dummy models and mockups, and other leaked images.

All of the dummy mockups are based on leaked schematics and details that have allegedly come from Apple's suppliers, including Foxconn, from which these schematics reportedly originated.

Here's a mockup of Apple's iPhone 6, this time compared with an iPod touch. If the mockup is accurate, the iPhone 6 could look very similar to the current generation iPod touch, though is expected to be significantly bigger.

These dummy models of the iPhone 6 from 9To5Mac were the first time we'd seen a gold dummy model, which is shown beside the slate grey and silver models, all still in dummy form. It's worth noting that, as these are dummy models, they might not represent the final design, but with the number of models we've iit could well be close to the real deal.

Chinese tech blog 86Digi has shared a video and photos of a physical iPhone 6 mockup that's allegedly based on leaked iPhone 6 schematics from 'supply chain sources'.

The mockup shows a 6mm thin device with a 4.7in display that sports rounded edges and the previously rumoured relocated power button.

Meanwhile, Italian Apple blog Macitynet.it has published photographs that appear to show an iPhone 6 beside the Samsung Galaxy S5. The report claims that the iPhone 6 shown is a "final mockup" of the device, acquired by an "inside source."

It's one of the most convincing iPhone 6 mockups we've seen, and gives a good insight into what we should expect the iPhone 6 to look like. The iPhone 6 appears to be a bit smaller than the Galaxy S5, with a 4.7in display, but it's much closer in dimensions than previous generations of the iPhone have been to Samsung Galaxy smartphones. However, when it comes to the thickness of the devices, Samsung's Galaxy S5 could be 1.6mm thicker than the iPhone 6, which is expected to be just 6mm thick.

Another mockup in this recent string comes from French blog NoWhereElse (below), showing an almost identical dummy model of the rumoured iPhone 6. Again, there's no telling whether these photos are legitimate but if we look back at last year's iPhone launch it was regularly spotted mockups like these that turned out to be completely accurate.


But wait, that's not even the last one! Chinese website Baidu posted new images of a silver iPhone 6 mockup that (again) looks almost identical in dimensions to the previous three listed here.

A video that emerged towards the end of April (below) shows what's rumoured to be an iPhone 6 case made based on the device's new design compared with Apple's iPhone 5S, Google's Nexus 5 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Not only does the case suggest that the iPhone 6 will be bigger, but also thinner, and with a power button positioned on the side of the device, rather than the top.

Whether or not the case is legitimate, it's still an interesting video to show what a bigger iPhone could look like in comparison to its close rivals and its predecessor.

On 15 April yet another photograph of what appears to be a new iPhone part hit the web. Again from originating from Weibo, the image seems to show a bigger iPhone front panel beside an iPhone 5 for comparison. Other than the size, though, the panel looks very similar to previous generations, which suggests the overall design might not undergo a significant change.

Leaked images that emerged in April (below) show a slimmer iPhone that's so thin that Apple has been forced to leave the camera protruding from the device. We're not convinced that these leaks are legitimate, though, as we can't imagine Apple being happy with such design.

An image of what could be a leaked iPhone 6 display panel emerged at the beginning of March, showing an overall size that matches the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, but a borderless, edge-to-edge display that increases the actual screen size. These images, published by French blog nowhereelse.fr, have not been verified as genuine leaks, but they're probably the most convincing we've seen yet.

There's one major flaw, though, and that's the positioning of the Home button. We'd be surprised if Apple launched an iPhone with a Home button so off centre.

French blog NoWhereElse has shared an image from China that is said to show the dimensions of the iPhone 6. The black and white diagram appears to reveal that the iPhone 6 will measure 150mm long by 85mm wide, and will have a display that measures almost 5in. The iPhone 5s is 123.8mm by 58.6mm, so that's a significant change. It's worth noting that there is no proof that this image is legitimate, though.

Sonny Dickson, the Australian guy who last year published tons of photographs of iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c parts has now published an image of that he claims is the iPhone 6. The images suggest that the next iPhone will be thinner with no bezel on the left or right of the screen – so it stretches to the edges of the phone. The bezel at the top and bottom of the phone looks shallower as well, it's basically as tall as home button at the bottom.

However, closer inspection of the images, which were originally shared on the mornray886 Twitter account before Dickson shared them, suggests that they are fake. It is thought that the images are renders creased by well known iPhone concept creator Martin Hajek, Pocket-Lint points out certain repetition of smudging in his concept designs for other 'leaked' Apple products.

Last year, Sonny Dickinson published image after image of what turned out to be the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s as well as the iPad Air and iPad mini. Read about some of Dickson's leaks here.

iPhone 6 concept images, videos and renders

This concept from ConceptsiPhone was tweeted by Sonny Dickson in March. We rather like the idea of a bigger screen without the need for a bigger device overall.

March has seen three new concept videos for the iPhone 6 emerge (so far), which fall at varying points in the believability spectrum. The first, from designer Sam Beckett, seams like a realistic prediction of what the iPhone 6 (or iPhone Air as Beckett calls it) could look like.

The second, from designer Arthur Reis (below), is slightly less believable but no where near as adventurous as our third video.

Below is the third video, which seems to be futuristic wishful thinking, and we don't expect the iPhone 6 to have holographic capabilities. But it's fun to watch nonetheless.

An iPhone 6 concept unveiled in November 2013 comes from Iskander Utebayey, who imagines a new iPhone with a wraparound display that allows touch controls on each side of the iPhone. We can't imagine how this would work in real life, as touchscreens on the side of the iPhone would make holding the device rather tricky. However, we do like the idea of a control panel there waiting on the edges for easy access to different iOS features.

We rather like the Home button-less gold iPhone 6 concept created by designer Martin Hajek for French Apple blog Nowhereelse.fr. Its back closely resembles the iPad Air, and certainly looks Apple-esque to us.

This article will be updated as more iPhone 6 or information, rumours, and leaked pictures as they become available.

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