iPhone 6 design revealed in leaked images

Images show the thin width of what could be the new model from Apple
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With the impending launch of the iPhone 6 likely just a month away, more images have been leaked depicting what looks like the design of the new device.

Shared by iPhone vendor Feld & Volf via the company’s Instagram page, MacRumors has posted images that purport to show the iPhone 6’s rear shell and front panel.

Although various images have already been leaked, portraying the rear shell and front panel, these are the first pictures to show the two parts together.

A side view of the new 4.7-inch phone shows how slim the model will look, which is expected to be approximately 7mm.

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The images also show a glossy aluminium finish with rounded edges, as well as an embedded Apple logo.

The volume buttons have also been redesigned into a pill shape, and a relocated right-side power button is also visible.

Other possible specs include a 10MP camera, sapphire screen, NFC connectivity, plus pressure, humidity and temperature sensors.

Other rumours are also circulating, as reports suggest a new reversible lightning cable is being designed specifically for the phone.

The rumoured release date for the iPhone 6 is September 9th, so until then we will have to wait and see what the new model has in store for us.

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