Spotting a real iPhone 6 leak from a fake mockup just became much more difficult - as a Chinese website is now selling non-functioning handsets designed to look like the upcoming Apple smartphone.
Available in white and space grey - although now sold out - the non-functioning phones are priced at 365 Yuan (£35.50) and appear to have a 4.7-inch display, the same as Apple is tipped to be using for the iPhone 6, which is due to be announced in September or October.
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We fully expect to see these mockups appear all over the web once they hit customer’s door mats, and some will no doubt be passed off as leaks of the real iPhone 6.
According to rumours from multiple sources, Apple will launch a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 later this year, followed by a larger 5.5-inch model just before Christmas. The phones are expected to run iOS 8, which Apple is tipped to be showing off at its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco next month.
iOS 8 is said to run an application called Healthbook, which logs the user’s exercise, walking, diet and even their heart rate and blood sugar levels - a wearable device called iWatch is expected to be used to capture much of this data.