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What Would An iPhone 6s And iPhone 6c Look Like?

What Would An iPhone 6s And iPhone 6c Look Like?

April 23, 2014

If Apple maintains its iPhone lineup and releases an “iPhone 6s” and “iPhone 6c” later this year, one recently published concept design offers iOS device owners an idea of how the next-generation smartphones could look.

Much like the “iPhone 6” concept we shared with you last week, this most recent design comes from Martin Hajek (who once again teamed up with the French language website

The new concept is based on a selection of recently leaked drawings and cases for Apple’s anticipated next-generation handset, though unlike the aforementioned iPhone 6 design, this time Hajek is indeed experimenting with designs for an iPhone 6s and an iPhone 6c.

Take a look:

More images are included below.

Of course, we’re unsure whether Apple will go ahead with a next-generation iPhone 6c handset later this year. Though no concrete figures have been released by Cupertino, all the evidence we’ve seen suggests that the lower-priced handset hasn’t sold well since its release.

This prompted our own Bryan Wolfe to call the iPhone 5c “a mistake that won’t be repeated” back in January; as such, it’ll be interesting to see how Apple deals with the iPhone 5c later this year when it announces its next-generation iPhone handsets.

Apple’s next-generation flagship smartphone, on the other hand, is expected to feature a larger, sapphire coated display, an improved processor, and further under-the-hood enhancements. We’ll keep you updated with further information on the handset as we receive it.

In the meantime, you can check out more images from Hajek’s concept below. Do you think we’ll see an iPhone 6c launch later this year?

See also: Apple Is Now Allowing Non-Developers To Test Its Beta Software For Mac, Apple Adds New Content Descriptions And More To iTunes Connect, and FaceTime For Mac Gets Updated, But iOS 6 Users Are Still Suffering.

Via: MacRumors


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