iPhone 6 leaks are now so frequent that Apple fanatics don’t know where to turn to get a moment’s rest.
After a new front panel leak earlier in the week, now luxury iPhone-modifier Feld & Volk has delivered a string of new snaps showing the same part, as well as close-ups of other key components.
The interior of the front panel appears in its clearest photo yet, displaying just how things will work once the device hits shelves, possibly as soon as early next month. There are views of the front camera, proximity sensors and various cables too.
Feld & Volk has also shown off pics of the power button and the redesigned mute switch, which won’t have the same flat, slider-style look as the one found on current iPhones.
That’s said to be due to the iPhone 6's new, more curved design.
Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 6 on September 9th, with the handset going on sale ten days later.