Apple iPhone 6 will come in two different sizes in the market. The small 4.7-inch model will be released in September. The larger iPhone 6 with 5.5 inches will allegedly appear later. In around mid July, it was rumored that the start of production of the smaller model has already begun and the bigger version will therefore produced only in the second week of August. Here is more evidence that Apple plans two new iPhone models this year: French site Nowhereelse, a site for iPhone information, whose record separates the iPhone 6 components in two categories: iPhone 6 and iPhone Air. Here we can find the Home button and flex cable, but the photos show two different designs for each of the part.
As you can see in the pictures above, the Home button cables are on the square section for the fingerprint sensor, but it differs from that of the iPhone 5s. Another purported leaked iPhone 6 component image shows the induction flex cable. In the picture above you can see the ambient light / proximity sensor and the microphone. Compared to the corresponding part of the iPhone 5s, we at GadgetAdda noticed that the FaceTime camera on the iPhone 5s induction flex is missing from the alleged iPhone 6 cable. The iPhone 6 is also rumored to have NFC. Although this is a rumor, that’s been around for years. But there’s seems to be a big chance that it may occur this fall, as the Japanese Weekly Ascii has pictures of alleged NFC flex cable.
Apple is widely expected to announce the iPhone 6 sometime in mid September. But according to a source, Macrumors , Apple may launch the highly anticipated handset on Tuesday, October 14 this year.
News and Image Source: Nowhereelse