iPhone 6 Compared To iPhone 5S In The Highest Quality Video Leak Yet

We’re not sure what we’re looking forward to the most when Apple takes the covers off the iPhone 6 – the chance to buy one or the end of all the leaks. Don’t get us wrong, we find the whole cat and mouse thing as much as anyone, but it does eventually start to get little bit silly.

Some leaks are just too good to ignore though, and a new video coming out of a Russian YouTube channel fall squarely into that bracket too, because it’s our best look yet at what a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will look like.

The video, which compares the iPhone 6 shell with its predecessor, the iPhone 5s, runs us through almost four minutes of video showing both the white front iPhone 6 panel along with the always popular Space Gray rear panel, with grey, silver and gold expected to be color offerings this time around.


The video itself shows an iPhone 6 constructed from a range of parts that have been popping up left and right over recent months, which just goes to show how many leaks we have witnessed this time around. If Apple does manage to keep a surprise or two under its hat for the September 9th iPhone announcement then it would indeed be quite a shock given the sheer number of parts that have shown up online. Aesthetically at least, we don’t really see what those surprises could be.

With the big unveiling just around the corner and a subsequent release around ten days after that, we don’t have much longer to wait before the remaining questions get answered.




From what we’ve seeing in this new video though, any concerns about the new phone looking ungainly thanks to its extra screen real estate need not worry. It’s large, yes, but by love it looks absolutely stunning and gorgeous to say the least.

Just a few days more to wait, and we’re certain that we’ll witness more iPhone 6 leaks along the way, and when they do pop up, you’ll hear it from us.

Roll on to the 9th real quick!

Thanks, Maxim for sending this in!

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