Alleged images of the upcoming Apple flagship were leaked back in May and then again a few days ago. And now, according to an article by Hong Kong–based GforGames, an ‘Apple Employee’ has confirmed that the last set of images were indeed genuine, and were of an iPhone 6 beta unit that were sent by Apple “to its various facilities around the world.”
More so, the tricky bit is that, according to the sources, each sample unit can be easily identified by a set of unique particularities, reason why the handset hasn’t already been leaked more extensively via other sources.
The same source now claims that the iPhone 6 will not only feature a much larger 4.7″ display, but it will also boast a qHD resolution. Should this be true, the iPhone 6 would have a pixel density of 625 pixels per inch, which is better than any other mobile phone display by a mile.
So far, take everything with a pinch of salt. We’ll keep you covered as this develops.
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