June 26, 2014
On Thursday, NWE posted a video that purportedly shows the actual back of Apple’s so-called “iPhone 6.” This is the first time a video has surfaced, which claims to show Cupertino’s next handset. Naturally, there is no way to confirm the validity of the video. It could be a hoax. To see the video, click here and scroll to the bottom of the report. In recent days, we’ve heard a number of fresh rumors about the iPhone 6. Earlier this week, Chinese Internet company Tencent claimed that Apple is releasing 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 models on Friday, Sept. 19. This is the same date German carrier Deutsche Telekom has been telling customers to expect Apple's new handsets to arrive. Of note, Tencent only mentioned 32GB and 64GB “iPhone 6” 4.7-inch models in its report. Today, Wei Feng explained that Apple will be removing the 16GB model from its iPhone line later this year. In order to maintain its three-tier storage option, however, the report adds that Cupertino will offer a 128GB handset – but only for the larger (and more expensive) 5.5-inch device. The iPhone 5s is available in 16GB, 32, GB, and 64GB varieties. See also: Apple’s Clever Plan To Convince Us To Pay More For The 'iPhone 6,' AppAdvice Daily: Rumor Has It An 'iPhone 6' Duo Is Coming This Fall, and Apple May Launch 4.7-Inch And 5.5-Inch 'iPhone 6' Models At The Same Time.