New leaked image shows possible iPhone 6 frame

iphone-6-leak-14:30 PM — It should come as no surprise that just a few months after the iPhone 5s and 5c got released, now we are seeing rumors of iPhone 6 already.  So far, the unreliable Digitimes previously reported that Apple would introduce two different sized iPhones this year.  The first iPhone will have a 4.7-inch screen size and the other one will have a 5.7-inch size.  Note that these have only been rumors so far, but today, according to a new leak from C Technology, we see a possible iPhone 6 frame.

If you look at the picture, you will notice that the frame seems to be of the larger-rumored iPhone.  It’s very thin as you can see.  Apple is known to continuously put their iPhones on died with every release.  With every new generation iPhone that was released, it came with a much thinner profile than its predecessor.  So far, iPhone 5 and 5s are the thinnest phones Apple has on the market.

Apple this year introduced the iPad Air, which is thinner than its predecessor and much light too.  Apple may possibly carry over this “Air” brand name over to the iPhone.  Seeing as how thin the frame is, we can already guess that Apple will introduce an iPhone with the word “Air” in it, so it will be “iPhone Air.”

What do you think?


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