In these days, the most news you probably keep reading on the Internet or anywhere else is probably about Apple's next generation iPhone 6.. We've seen many concepts, rumors and leaked images for the unreleased device.. Today Martin Hajek the well known designer has teamed up with the folks over at Nowhereelse.fr to create what could be the most accurate iPhone 6 renderings to date.
The following mockup is based on recent information, including MacFan’s schematic drawing from last month, and this week’s case leak
For the most part, the renderings match up with everything we’ve seen thus far regarding Apple’s next smartphone. Hajek depicts the iPhone 6 as extremely thin, with rounded corners, and a display that’s noticeably larger than current models. It also features a new Sleep/Wake button, which has been moved to the right side of the handset…
Here’s Nowhereelse.fr’s Steve Hemmerstoffer
On March 31, I asked my friend Martin Hajek to model future iPhone 6 based on supposed sketches that were sent to me by one of my Chinese sources. Two weeks later, I published photos of protective shells supposedly designed by a Chinese props to protect this future California smartphone. These shots in turn inspired the talented Dutch designer.
In the past few months we heard that Apple is going to be relocating he Sleep/Wake button on the iPhone 6 from Ming-Chi Kuo. The KGI Securities’ analyst issued a research note to investors last week saying the Cupertino company is going to be moving the button from the top of the handset, to the side, to help ease one-handed use of the larger handset.
The above image is iPhone 5s next to 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6. Now about the internal differences, it sounds like the iPhone will come in two sizes: 4.7 and 5.5-inches, as depicted in the image above. We’ve seen various theories about their resolutions, but Kuo is calling for 1334×740 and 1920×1080 respectively, coming in at 401 ppi (or pixels per inch) on the high end.
Most of you heard that iPhone 6 will feature a much faster A8 processor, an updated 8MP camera, and several other improvements.
Mass production of the handset is expected to begin next month, ahead of a September launch, but it’s been reported that the 5.5-inch model will land a few months late due to manufacturing issues.
So what do you think guys ?