Due to be announced on September 9th, the iPhone 6 has had quite the stream (pun intended) of leaks. At this point we’ve all but confirmed it’s specs, size, shape and colors. We know how it works, what it can do and even how it will fee. I guess the only thing to do at this point is to have Apple make it official in a few weeks.
Images of what appears to be the face and screen assembly of the next iPhone have appeared on the Taiwanese blog AppleClub. In the photos, you can see both the inside and outside of the 4.7″ device’s front panel. For the most part it looks just like the current-generation iPhone 5s, though it’s obviously much larger.
It’s impossible to tell from these photos if the phone is utilizing a glass or sapphire crystal display. Most analysts expect this model to ship with a sapphire crystal screen, though others have claimed that only the larger 5.5″ (yes, 5.5″) model would feature that. Both models recently entered mass production and are expected to be revealed at an unannounced media event described above. Are we there yet?