by Brent Dirks
June 30, 2014
We’re continuing to get a better look at the ‘iPhone 6’ thanks to new images published by 9to5Mac. The images apparently show both the white and black display covers from the 4.7-inch version of the handset. An interesting shot also shows a new cover compared with the usual 4-inch version found in the current generation iPhone 5s. Comparing the two really shows that the 4.7-inch screen will add a nice amount of real estate for iPhone users. Apple is also reported to be working on an even larger variant of the iPhone 6 that features a 5.5-inch screen. Recent rumors are saying that the larger version may offer some unique features not found in the 4.7-inch model, including a sapphire crystal display, a camera with optical image stabilization, and a version with 128GB of storage. The handset is expected to be introduced sometime in September. A report earlier today mentioned Apple will be able to make the handset even thinner by using only one brightness enhancement film. For other recent news today, see: Mac OS X 10.9.4 Arrives With Wi-Fi Fixes, Updated Safari, Apple Releases iOS 7.1.2 Update With iBeacon, Mail Improvements, and More App-Focused Ads Coming To Twitter As New Program Goes Global.