4.7″ iPhone 6 Caught Up In The Wild With Working Display

At this time of the year, all eyes are on the upcoming biggest tech events having IFA on the door and just a few days till Apple pulls the curtains off from it’s next generation iPhone, the iPhone 6. There’s been a great hype about the upcoming iPhone since Apple is expected to change the display size finally and there’s something different and cool on the way unlike the same iPhone(s) again and again under different names in the past.

We’ve been through a series of leaked pictures, rumors, so many anticipations and so many speculations emerge over the web every minute taking us a few more steps closer to the iPhone 6 and giving us a better idea about the device. Courtesy of GSMArena, Just today, the iPhone 6 has been caught in the wild once again, the device’s display is turned on. That means this time a functioning iPhone 6 has been leaked and it actually confirms the previous mock-ups and concepts as well showing a bigger iPhone with round edges and white stripes at the back. It’s pretty hard to point out whether this a golden iPhone 6 or a white one. Let’s have a look

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According to the available info, the iPhone 6 will have a 4.7-inch IPS-LCD display with a resolution of 960 x 1704 pixels. The device will be powered up with a 2 GHz dual core CPU that will be Apple’s 64-bit A8 chipset. There will be a 2 GB RAM placed under the hood. iPhone 6 is also expected to have a 128 GB internal storage variant.

Apple is all set to roll out the iPhone 6 on September 9, for now they’re only wish if “they could say more”. We surely will be keeping you up to date as the new information arrives. Let us know what do you think about the iPhone 6 after seeing these pictures?

Source: GSMArena


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