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The publication has leaked a photo of the rear casing of the iPhone 6, which shows a sort of gap where Apple is said to insert a plastic logo. This gap is said to be thin enough for light to pass through, thus illuminating when there is a notification.
Apple s MacBooks already feature logos that are illuminated, but that is more for cosmetic reasons. If the iPhone 6 will indeed get such a feature, it would not only look cool, but will also be highly practical. However, it remains to be seen how it affects the battery life. It is also too early to say if Apple is indeed going to introduce an illuminated logo on the iPhone 6, and we would advise you to take it with the proverbial pinch of salt.
The new iPhone 6 will feature some design changes including curved edges, a power button on the side rather on the right top-corner and elongated volume rocker instead of the circular volume buttons. Apple is also said to be using Sapphire for the display, which will make it nearly indestructible. The bigger variant is said to include features like optical image stabilization and higher storage capacities.