by Brent Dirks
April 8, 2014
Based on a set of alleged drawings leaked by a Japanese magazine last month, MacRumors has published an interesting full product rendering of what a 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone 6 might look like. As you can see, there are some obvious differences from the iPhone 5s. The top power button is moved from the right to left side of the device. And the finished product seems to mirror the look found in the current generation iPad Air and iPad mini. But the drawings also contain some suspect claims. Most notably, it shows that Apple will supposedly revert to the round design of flash found on the iPhone 5 and not the superior True Tone model that made its debut with the iPhone 5s. Much like the current-generation iPod touch, the camera from the leaked drawings slightly protrudes from the actual shell of the handset. Another image shows both sizes of handsets compared to the iPhone 5s and iPad mini. The iPhone 6 is set to enter production soon and officially hit the market this fall. Most recently, a report said that the larger version of the handset could be delayed because of production issues. Both iPhones will apparently be using scratch-proof sapphire glass screens. For other news today, see: Apple's Plans For The Next Apple TV Have Now Been Leaked, Samsung's Latest Ads Mock Apple's iPad, Of Course, and Apple Is Getting More Aggressive With iPhone Ad Spending.