With the official launch of iPhone 6 less than a month away, numerous leaks on what the phone’s design and hardware will look like have started to circulate on the Internet. The latest to join the list comes from iPhone vendor Feld & Volk who published photos that reportedly show the front panel and rear shell of the iPhone 6 assembled together.
First spotted by MacRumors, these images are possibly the first leaked images of the fully assembled finished product. The finished device has round edges and a thinner body which are definitely a change from the iPhone 5S.
One of the images shows the bottom of the device that has the charging port, headphone plug and repositioned speaker holes.
Another image shows of redesigned iPad-like (pill-shaped) volume buttons. Rumors also include that the iPhone 6 will feature a round True Tone flash and relocated power button on the right side for easy one-hand use with the bigger display.
Apple is expected to host an event on September 9 where it might launch two variants of the iPhone 6, which will have different display sizes. The smaller of the two is likely to sport a 4.7-inch display while the bigger one, which is expected to be called the iPhone 6L, would have a 5.5-inch display. Both the models could also come with a Sapphire display variant, which would be sold at a premium.
With the iPhone 6 Apple could also introduce reversible USB cable on both ends, which would not only make it easy to connect the iPhone to a PC but also provide faster charging and data transfer speeds.