Apple’s iPhone 6 is easily the most eagerly-anticipated handset of the year, and while most smartphones get their fair share of leaks and such, the forthcoming iPhone has been speculated on for the best part of six months. In the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen parts leaks aplenty as the manufacturing process commences, and now, one of our favorite designers has utilized his skills to present us with an all-singing, inside-and-out look at the iPhone 6. Below, you can check it out for yourself.
For a number of years now, Martin Hajek has been churning out some stunning Apple-related concepts, and although it’s sometimes a little frustrating to clap eyes on a beautiful visual that’ll never become a reality, we’d still rate Hajek among the very best in the business.
With the iPhone 6’s announcement apparently nigh following yesterday’s report of a special Apple event on September 9th, Hajek has pieced all the tidbits of iPhone 6-related leakage together and offered the most complete look at the device we’ve seen so far.
Of course, as with all of Hajek’s concepts, it looks fantastic, but before we get too carried away, there’s still no way of telling just how accurate these mockups are. The exploded viewing angle, which offers a detailed look at every major component and where it fits within the housing, is a personal highlight, and if these renders are indicative of the final profile, the gorgeous HTC One line-up will be given a run for its money in the design stakes.
The larger, 5.5-inch iPhone 6, which has been unofficially dubbed the “iPhone Air” by some publications, will likely look exactly like the 4.7-inch model you see here through Hajek’s renderings, and although the “phablet” model mightn’t release in late September as the smaller variant is expected to, it’s still very much on the cards.
So, as we await further news on the iPhone 6, feel free to feast your eyes on Hajek’s latest designs, which offer what we’d consider to be a fairly accurate look at the eventual design.
If the iPhone 6 does looking like this, will you go out and pony up the likely increased fee to own it?
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