Rumors have been rife that Apple is planning on unveiling iOS 8 and the latest OS X 10.10 at its WWDC conference. But now it seems the company is also planning on announcing its much anticipated iPhone 6 at the same event. A video has surfaced online showing off the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco as well as some slides featuring iPhone 6 running through a screen behind the stage. Also Read - iPad Mini for 2021 to ditch fat bezels, could bring along new Apple Pencil Mini
The slides show off the front, back and sides of what appears to be the iPhone 6. The images are consistent with the leaked iPhone 6 dummies we have seen before. The phone in the slides has a silver-white colored chassis and comes with rounded edges, which seem to be based on the design language of the latest generation iPads.
Just to recap, iPhone 6 is expected to feature a bigger screen and will come in two variants, one with a 4.7-inch display and the other with a 5.5-inch display. It is also expected that the iPhone 6 will boast 1704×960 pixels Retina display, which will be 3X the current iPhone’s 568 320 pixels display. The iPhone 6 is likely to come in a slimmer design with curved edges, and might feature a power button on the side instead of the top panel. The phone is also rumored to be powered by a new A8 SoC.
If Apple does take the wraps off the iPhone 6 next week, it will surprise many as earlier reports had pegged a launch for September. This would also be the first time after the iPhone 4 that Apple is unveiling a new hardware at the WWDC.