Looks like Cupertino giant is having a tough time in keeping their device a secret. With just a week left for the Apple event, a new leak surfaces on the internet but unlike other leaks, this one is in the form of a Hands on Video of 4.7 inch iPhone 6.

The video was originally uploaded by Feld & Volk, a manufacturer of Premium iPhone cases. The video contains some elements which makes us doubt its authenticity. For the starter, the device seems to be working on the iOS 7 instead of the newer iOS 8, as iPhone 8’s iTunes icon is orange in color. iOS 8 was supposed to be launched with the iPhone 6.

When connected to the iTunes, iTunes recognized the device but couldn’t activate it because of purposely switched off internet.

According to 9to5 Mac, the device isn’t an apple device, but a device most probably made from the leaked parts and images of the next generation iPhone. The form factor and design of the device in the video is according with previous leaks, with the curved edges and elongated buttons on the sides.

Along with the video, Feld & Volk also posted a photo of iPhone’s chipset, which point to new A8 processor, a Qualcomm MDM9625 LTE modem, 1GB Hynix-built RAM and an NFC chip from NXP. Looks like we don’t need to wait much longer to know the exact specification of the iPhone 6 as the next apple event is on 9th September.

Source: Feldvolk