The iPhone 6 is due to be announced in September, and as it enters mass production this month the number of leaks coming from Apple's supply chain will intensify.
So too will computer renders based on those leaks, and this set provides the best (and quite possibly most accurate) look yet at what the new handset will look like. Shown off in gold, silver and black (or Space Grey, as Apple calls it), the iPhone 6 seen here is what many expect the 4.7-inch model will look like.
It sports a screen 0.7in larger than the iPhone 5s, but an aluminium body that is slightly thinner and curved at the edges. Another visual change is the relocation of the power button, which has moved from the top to the right edge to make it easier to press without stretching behind the larger screen.
We expect the iPhone 6 to arrive in September, and to be followed soon after by a wearable gadget known as the iWatch, and a 5.5-inch version of the iPhone before the end of the year.
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